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06-06-2018 06:26 AM
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Re: Recommendation Letter Tips for Waitlisted Law School Applicants

I never heard from the 3 schools that wiat listed me and I never contacted them.
It all seems to have just vanished into the air and I accepted the one school that did admit me.
It's not clear to me how much these wait lists really give you a chance to get in.
04-04-2018 08:28 AM
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Re: Recommendation Letter Tips for Waitlisted Law School Applicants

I concur with Zebra 100%. Don't assume simply loading more material is gonna help.

More important is that they know you will accept if they finally admit.
01-11-2018 07:25 AM
Zebraa
Re: Recommendation Letter Tips for Waitlisted Law School Applicants

Personally I think once wait listed it is best to just wait instead of trying to dump more and more material. But it is good to let them know you do still want to attend their program.
02-13-2017 11:14 AM
U.S. News
Recommendation Letter Tips for Waitlisted Law School Applicants

Waitlisted law school applicants should confirm they are allowed to send supplemental materials.

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