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Then I see this on the NYU transfer website: "we strongly recommend that you submit a letter or letters of recommendation from a law school faculty member who might give the Admissions Committee added context for your performance during the spring semester."
Should I interpret this as a pretty much a requirement? I have a 3.94 Fall GPA but I'm trying to transfer from a TTT in NYC, so I figure I need just about every break I can get.
If I get a third LOR should I submit three, or drop one of the others? I would ask my Civ Pro professor who went to NYU. I participated a decent amount pre-Covid, but never went to office hours and didn't establish a relationship with her like to other two LOR writers.
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Agree - I was fortunate enough to have a Professor that taught me fall and spring semester.
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