BU and Georgetown admission and financial aid - credentials


brtaxlaw

Hey, guys!!


I am getting ready to apply for Fall 2022 and I have a couple of schools in mind, but I'm mostly focused on BU and Georgetown (I'm applying to a few T14 schools too, but I'm trying to be realistic lol). I do need some financial aid, so a partial scholarship would be a huge plus.


My credentials are


TOEFL: 112 (30, 27, 28, 27)
I don't know what my GPA would be, but my general average from Law School is 7.96/10.
4 yrs of internship experience (2 different internships).
2 years of work experience as a Tax Consultant at a Big4 (where I currently work).
Volunteer experience as an ESL teacher.
No published articles.


Anyone with similar credentials got scholarships? Do I have a chance?


Thank you in advance :)

[Edited by brtaxlaw on Aug 30, 2021]

Hey, guys!! <br><br>
I am getting ready to apply for Fall 2022 and I have a couple of schools in mind, but I'm mostly focused on BU and Georgetown (I'm applying to a few T14 schools too, but I'm trying to be realistic lol). I do need some financial aid, so a partial scholarship would be a huge plus.<br><br>
My credentials are<br><br>
TOEFL: 112 (30, 27, 28, 27)<br>I don't know what my GPA would be, but my general average from Law School is 7.96/10. <br>4 yrs of internship experience (2 different internships). <br>2 years of work experience as a Tax Consultant at a Big4 (where I currently work). <br>Volunteer experience as an ESL teacher.<br>No published articles. <br><br>
Anyone with similar credentials got scholarships? Do I have a chance?<br><br><br>Thank you in advance :)
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RKSLAW1

Hello! I hope everything goes well for you. I have yet to apply to universities, and I wanted to ask whether you have gotten any response from any university?

Hello! I hope everything goes well for you. I have yet to apply to universities, and I wanted to ask whether you have gotten any response from any university?
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richie26

Hey, guys!!



I am getting ready to apply for Fall 2022 and I have a couple of schools in mind, but I'm mostly focused on BU and Georgetown (I'm applying to a few T14 schools too, but I'm trying to be realistic lol). I do need some financial aid, so a partial scholarship would be a huge plus.



My credentials are



TOEFL: 112 (30, 27, 28, 27)
I don't know what my GPA would be, but my general average from Law School is 7.96/10.
4 yrs of internship experience (2 different internships).
2 years of work experience as a Tax Consultant at a Big4 (where I currently work).
Volunteer experience as an ESL teacher.
No published articles.



Anyone with similar credentials got scholarships? Do I have a chance?


Thank you in advance :)




Hi, I got in at BU without any tax experience at all (however, I am a qualified lawyer in two jurisdictions). I got a scholarship of 20k. I attended a webinar and was told that most residential students get some form of scholarship to offset the high cost of living in Boston. So you should get some scholarship money.



That being said, GULC is my target school and I am waiting to hear from them before deciding on BU's offer.

[Edited by richie26 on Dec 20, 2021]

[quote]Hey, guys!! <br><br><br>
I am getting ready to apply for Fall 2022 and I have a couple of schools in mind, but I'm mostly focused on BU and Georgetown (I'm applying to a few T14 schools too, but I'm trying to be realistic lol). I do need some financial aid, so a partial scholarship would be a huge plus.<br><br><br>
My credentials are<br><br><br>
TOEFL: 112 (30, 27, 28, 27)<br>I don't know what my GPA would be, but my general average from Law School is 7.96/10. <br>4 yrs of internship experience (2 different internships). <br>2 years of work experience as a Tax Consultant at a Big4 (where I currently work). <br>Volunteer experience as an ESL teacher.<br>No published articles. <br><br><br>
Anyone with similar credentials got scholarships? Do I have a chance?<br><br><br>Thank you in advance :) [/quote]<br><br><br><br>Hi, I got in at BU without any tax experience at all (however, I am a qualified lawyer in two jurisdictions). I got a scholarship of 20k. I attended a webinar and was told that most residential students get some form of scholarship to offset the high cost of living in Boston. So you should get some scholarship money. <br><br><br><br>That being said, GULC is my target school and I am waiting to hear from them before deciding on BU's offer. <br>
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