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Re: 3.96 / 169

Postby Rigo » Wed Jan 07, 2015 1:42 pm

gobigred11 wrote:Thanks, I'll definitely consider it. Why does Stanford require a new LOR (yeah that would be a huge inconvenience...)?

No idea why.
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It's best to check with the individual schools you could see yourself reapplying to.

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Re: 3.96 / 169

Postby gobigred11 » Wed Jan 07, 2015 1:46 pm

Yeah, I double-checked with Stanford Law's website and you're right. So here's the interesting part: I actually got THREE LOR's from my college profs just to be safe. Should I only submit two LORs this year and save one for next year? What do you think?
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Re: 3.96 / 169

Postby Rigo » Wed Jan 07, 2015 1:48 pm

gobigred11 wrote:Yeah, I double-checked with Stanford Law's website and you're right. So here's the interesting part: I actually got THREE LOR's from my college profs just to be safe. Given the unlikelihood of my Stanford app this cycle with a 169 (assuming I either don't take Feb or don't improve), should I only submit two LORs this year and save one for next year? What do you think?

That seems like a very smart move to do with the schools that require a new letter.




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