Monaco wrote:I want this soooooo badly. I don't know what else to do. I just had my last supervisor write a recommendation for me. I recently joined two community service/volunteer/mentor groups. Should I write to DB about that or should I just wait it out and hope that the cards fall in my favor? I already sent in one LOCI- is it time for another one?
Help guys ....need some guidance, some hope as well!!!!!!!!!
I actually just sent another LOCI. I really don't know how many have gone out. I suggest you send another one as well just to remind them you are still there and still very much interested. The things you mentioned above can only make you look better so why not...
I applied FT in September. Was rejected, and had my application switched to PT with no difficulty.
My status checkers says the last update was in September, but reflects the switch the PT.
I have had absolutely NO action on my application since I made the switch in November. I sent an LOCI and called to confirm that my application had been switched, which they confirmed it had after a small investigation.
Just spoke with Dean Brown earlier.. he is definitely very nice and helpful! He said that we are basically waiting for people to withdraw at this point, and that chances at PT are looking better than FT at this point. Good luck everyone!
Can you PM the email address you are emailing him through? I haven't received a response from him via email... I'm starting to think I'm sending my emails to the wrong email address.[/quote]
I'm kind of feeling the same way. I only e-mailed him once but I requested a receipt when he viewed it and I haven't received one. I just want to make sure I used the right e-mail address so can someone please PM me with it? Thanks!
Congrats Boston Legal!! I have been stalking this thread. I am on the waitlist originally for FT, but switched to PT after a phone conversation with Dean Brown last month. I spoke to him last Thursday and he said that a lot of people were still playing around with double deposits. Your acceptance gives me hope!! Also, he seemed to imply that the waitlist was pretty short at this point, but I may have misinterpreted. Any veteran TLSers want to estimate how many people are left on the FT and PT waitlists for Fall 2009???
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