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My question is: what should I say when I walk in and talk with them? The one thing I might want (and that they say is OK to ask for online--http://web.law.columbia.edu/admissions/jd/visit) is a law school tour, but it's not like I can ask about the "application process" because my transfer application is already in... should I just ask some generic questions about OCI/other typical transfer concerns? Thoughts?
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All they did was give me a brochure so that I could make the tour on my own, and the person who gave me it seemed kind of surprised to see me there. It seemed as though they don't get many people outside of the tour hours so I would recommend going only at the tour hours unless you're cool with walking around the school by yourself and just looking around.
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