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alive
yes, all admitted candidates should have received the admittance letter two hours ago or are going to receive it today!!!

congrats girls & guys!! for those who are sure about Chicago, please join my group (links in previous post)!
yes, all admitted candidates should have received the admittance letter two hours ago or are going to receive it today!!!

congrats girls & guys!! for those who are sure about Chicago, please join my group (links in previous post)!
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yes, all admitted candidates should have received the admittance letter two hours ago or are going to receive it today!!!

congrats girls & guys!! for those who are sure about Chicago, please join my group (links in previous post)!

So are all admitted candidates getting e-mails first, and then ShortList, and then deny?
<blockquote>yes, all admitted candidates should have received the admittance letter two hours ago or are going to receive it today!!!

congrats girls & guys!! for those who are sure about Chicago, please join my group (links in previous post)! </blockquote>
So are all admitted candidates getting e-mails first, and then ShortList, and then deny?
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Sole
How do you know that?
How do you know that?
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alive
the admitted candidates receive an email. I do not know the other process, but I think (no guarantee) wait-listed candidates get an email as well, followed by "unfortunately we cannot offer you a place" email. Again, I can only talk about the admittance email, which we received a few hours ago.
the admitted candidates receive an email. I do not know the other process, but I think (no guarantee) wait-listed candidates get an email as well, followed by "unfortunately we cannot offer you a place" email. Again, I can only talk about the admittance email, which we received a few hours ago.
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Aky

So are all admitted candidates getting e-mails first, and then ShortList, and then deny?


No, I don't think so. As I've written before, Badger said :
"There will be three types of messages: admission, the standby group (waiting list), and deny. I will start with the applications which were completed first back in late October and then move in chronological order by weeks based on the date of completion."


==> Meaning he'll send answers based on date of completion, and each answer can be admission, waitlist, or deny.
So if your file was completed early, you'll get an answer (positive or negative) earlier
If it was completed later, etc.


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Edit : Alive, when was your application sent and/or complete ?
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So are all admitted candidates getting e-mails first, and then ShortList, and then deny?</blockquote>

No, I don't think so. As I've written before, Badger said :
"There will be three types of messages: admission, the standby group (waiting list), and deny. I will start with the applications which were completed first – back in late October – and then move in chronological order by weeks based on the date of completion."


==> Meaning he'll send answers based on date of completion, and each answer can be admission, waitlist, or deny.
So if your file was completed early, you'll get an answer (positive or negative) earlier
If it was completed later, etc.


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Edit : Alive, when was your application sent and/or complete ?
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odysseus
yes, all admitted candidates should have received the admittance letter two hours ago or are going to receive it today!!!

congrats girls & guys!! for those who are sure about Chicago, please join my group (links in previous post)!


congrats! when did you apply?

Is there anyone else admitted?
<blockquote>yes, all admitted candidates should have received the admittance letter two hours ago or are going to receive it today!!!

congrats girls & guys!! for those who are sure about Chicago, please join my group (links in previous post)! </blockquote>

congrats! when did you apply?

Is there anyone else admitted?
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CAHoyos
I also thought they'd be sending out admissions decisions based on completion date, as Mr. Badger said.
I also thought they'd be sending out admissions decisions based on completion date, as Mr. Badger said.
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RPFUGB
Hey guys,


to those who received a decision (whatever the outcome), could You please specify your date of completion? So that the ones who haven't heard back yet can make an assumption as to when a decision might come...

Kind regards
Hey guys,


to those who received a decision (whatever the outcome), could You please specify your date of completion? So that the ones who haven't heard back yet can make an assumption as to when a decision might come...

Kind regards
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alive
Thanks, I was accepted last year and had to deffer, however when I initially applied it was around 15th Oct and received the email around 1st week of Feb.

I hope you all get in!

@Aky: Yep, I agree!
Thanks, I was accepted last year and had to deffer, however when I initially applied it was around 15th Oct and received the email around 1st week of Feb.

I hope you all get in!

@Aky: Yep, I agree!
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I also thought they'd be sending out admissions decisions based on completion date, as Mr. Badger said.

That's what I thought too...
<blockquote>I also thought they'd be sending out admissions decisions based on completion date, as Mr. Badger said. </blockquote>
That's what I thought too...
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Sole
Well, there is nothing more than to wait
Good luck to all
Well, there is nothing more than to wait
Good luck to all
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633SP
I'm in! Just received Mr. Badger's e-mail. Chicago's admission process is definitely to be followed by other schools, they proved to be extremely efficient and organized. Good luck everyone!
I'm in! Just received Mr. Badger's e-mail. Chicago's admission process is definitely to be followed by other schools, they proved to be extremely efficient and organized. Good luck everyone!
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RPFUGB
I'm in! Just received Mr. Badger's e-mail. Chicago's admission process is definitely to be followed by other schools, they proved to be extremely efficient and organized. Good luck everyone!


PLEASE! when did Your app go complete?
<blockquote>I'm in! Just received Mr. Badger's e-mail. Chicago's admission process is definitely to be followed by other schools, they proved to be extremely efficient and organized. Good luck everyone!</blockquote>

PLEASE! when did Your app go complete?
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633SP
Nov 1st, 2011.
Nov 1st, 2011.
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RPFUGB
I just received admittance. Yippiieeeee :D


I went complete on Nov. 11th
I just received admittance. Yippiieeeee :D


I went complete on Nov. 11th
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Sole
An hour ago I received mail from Richard, my application was complete on 15 November. I'm on waiting list, says the class is 65 and about 100 people remain on waiting list.
An hour ago I received mail from Richard, my application was complete on 15 November. I'm on waiting list, says the class is 65 and about 100 people remain on waiting list.

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Made it in! My application was complete on the 15th...
Made it in! My application was complete on the 15th...
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dwin
Congrats to all those who got admitted. Iam still waiting. My application went complete around 9th December 2010.
Congrats to all those who got admitted. Iam still waiting. My application went complete around 9th December 2010.
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Aky
Congratulations to those who got admitted !

Little question, just by curiosity: how did LSAC "rate" you? Above average or Superior ?
Congratulations to those who got admitted !

Little question, just by curiosity: how did LSAC "rate" you? Above average or Superior ?
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RPFUGB
Congratulations to those who got admitted !

Little question, just by curiosity: how did LSAC "rate" you? Above average or Superior ?


Above average... which I found unfair due to the fact that I am ranked 9th out of 475 students in my first degree in law
<blockquote>Congratulations to those who got admitted !

Little question, just by curiosity: how did LSAC "rate" you? Above average or Superior ?</blockquote>

Above average... which I found unfair due to the fact that I am ranked 9th out of 475 students in my first degree in law
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