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Flo

Hola a todos! yo también soy de argentina y estoy pensando en aplicar este año para el LLM. Alguien tiene idea de que tipo de estudiantes ( edad, promedio, universidad, experiencia laboral, cartas de recomendación etc.) son los que aceptan las universidades estadounidenses?. Porque tengo 23 y me dicen que la mayoría de la gente lo hace cuando es más grande y tiene más experiencia laboral. Gracias!!!!

Hola a todos! yo también soy de argentina y estoy pensando en aplicar este año para el LLM. Alguien tiene idea de que tipo de estudiantes ( edad, promedio, universidad, experiencia laboral, cartas de recomendación etc.) son los que aceptan las universidades estadounidenses?. Porque tengo 23 y me dicen que la mayoría de la gente lo hace cuando es más grande y tiene más experiencia laboral. Gracias!!!!
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Dr_Jekyll

Hola a todos! yo también soy de argentina y estoy pensando en aplicar este año para el LLM. Alguien tiene idea de que tipo de estudiantes ( edad, promedio, universidad, experiencia laboral, cartas de recomendación etc.) son los que aceptan las universidades estadounidenses?. Porque tengo 23 y me dicen que la mayoría de la gente lo hace cuando es más grande y tiene más experiencia laboral. Gracias!!!!


OK now for the ones who don't understand, I'll make an effort to translate:

Hello to all of you! I am also from Argentina and am thinking about applying this year for the LLM. Does somebody have an idea what type of students (age, average, university, work experience, letters of recommendation etc.) are those that the American universities accept? Because I am 23 and they told to me that most people apply when they are older and have more work experience. Thanks!

<blockquote>Hola a todos! yo también soy de argentina y estoy pensando en aplicar este año para el LLM. Alguien tiene idea de que tipo de estudiantes ( edad, promedio, universidad, experiencia laboral, cartas de recomendación etc.) son los que aceptan las universidades estadounidenses?. Porque tengo 23 y me dicen que la mayoría de la gente lo hace cuando es más grande y tiene más experiencia laboral. Gracias!!!!</blockquote>

OK now for the ones who don't understand, I'll make an effort to translate:

Hello to all of you! I am also from Argentina and am thinking about applying this year for the LLM. Does somebody have an idea what type of students (age, average, university, work experience, letters of recommendation etc.) are those that the American universities accept? Because I am 23 and they told to me that most people apply when they are older and have more work experience. Thanks!
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frank2005

Hi everybody. I know I have been included in the mailing list but I didn't receive any messages. Is anyone receiving messages?

Please, for our friends from Brussels, we shall keep the courtesy.

Hi everybody. I know I have been included in the mailing list but I didn't receive any messages. Is anyone receiving messages?

Please, for our friends from Brussels, we shall keep the courtesy.
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Flo

Sorry! I do not want to be disrespectful but I thought that all of you were from Argentina and that under this circumstance it has not sense to write in English. However next time I will take it into account. Tanks for the translation!.

Sorry! I do not want to be disrespectful but I thought that all of you were from Argentina and that under this circumstance it has not sense to write in English. However next time I will take it into account. Tanks for the translation!.
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Zek

Frank:
I received the mail saying you joined the mailing list. Once you receive that mail, you should answer it including your profile.
Welcome.

Frank:
I received the mail saying you joined the mailing list. Once you receive that mail, you should answer it including your profile.
Welcome.
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Jadzia

Hi everybody! I am in the same situation that Flo, I d like to apply this year for an LLM in USA. Anyone of you could give me more information about it ? I m finishing my last year at UBA and I didnt know anyone who had applied before, so I dont know anything about my real chances of being admitted. What do you think is important? Thank you!!!!

Hi everybody! I am in the same situation that Flo, I ‘d like to apply this year for an LLM in USA. Anyone of you could give me more information about it ? I’ m finishing my last year at UBA and I didn’t know anyone who had applied before, so I don’t know anything about my real chances of being admitted. What do you think is important? Thank you!!!!
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Roberto

anyone going to the 4-week IUSLAW (iuslaw.org) orientation program in Washington for foreign lawyers starting LL.M programs in the U.S.? It's supposed to be quite useful academically and an excellent time in D.C. according to my friend who attended last year.

anyone going to the 4-week IUSLAW (iuslaw.org) orientation program in Washington for foreign lawyers starting LL.M programs in the U.S.? It's supposed to be quite useful academically and an excellent time in D.C. according to my friend who attended last year.
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anushka

Hi. I will apply for fall 2006, and I'd like to ask you UBA graduates about the GPA with which you were admitted (though Im sure letters of reccom. and other factors must be really strong as well)...I graduated with 8,1/10 (diploma de honor...justito)...is that "enough" for applying to Columbia? Thank you in advance for your answers.

Hi. I will apply for fall 2006, and I'd like to ask you UBA graduates about the GPA with which you were admitted (though Im sure letters of reccom. and other factors must be really strong as well)...I graduated with 8,1/10 (diploma de honor...justito)...is that "enough" for applying to Columbia? Thank you in advance for your answers.
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Hi! For those thinking about applying to CLS, I would say that a very high GPA is not fundamental. An 8.10 should count in your favour. However, it seems like that alone won't get you there. The admitted students Ive met from Argentina this year have substancial working experience. Good letters, essays and TOEFL score seem to be just as important. Good luck!

Hi! For those thinking about applying to CLS, I would say that a very high GPA is not fundamental. An 8.10 should count in your favour. However, it seems like that alone won't get you there. The admitted students Ive met from Argentina this year have substancial working experience. Good letters, essays and TOEFL score seem to be just as important. Good luck!
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