Columbia admission process


asterion

Disney's great! Who has better diversity policies Disney or HLS? I'm not even talking about Columbia any more. I'm kinda dissapointed with their ad. process. I have to make up my mind byu April 17, and no response from CLS.

Disney's great! Who has better diversity policies Disney or HLS? I'm not even talking about Columbia any more. I'm kinda dissapointed with their ad. process. I have to make up my mind byu April 17, and no response from CLS.
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Igorek

Admitted!! Got an email this morning from Marietta.
Already withdrew NYU and will do the same with CLS as soon as possible to get some places for those still having a hope for admission.

Admitted!! Got an email this morning from Marietta.
Already withdrew NYU and will do the same with CLS as soon as possible to get some places for those still having a hope for admission.
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scotty

Congrats Igorek...n while we'r on Disney...who better to play Scrooge than sweet ol Marietta:-)

Congrats Igorek...n while we'r on Disney...who better to play Scrooge than sweet ol Marietta:-)
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anushka

congrats Igorek!! btw, where are you going to enroll?

congrats Igorek!! btw, where are you going to enroll?
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kay12

Igorek, can you tell me what is the subject title of the email telling you are accepted ? I think I have a problem with my computer over here.

Igorek, can you tell me what is the subject title of the email telling you are accepted ? I think I have a problem with my computer over here.
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asterion

I'm in at Colmbia; just got the e-mail. The title says Admission Status. I'm going to decline their offer though.

I'm in at Colmbia; just got the e-mail. The title says Admission Status. I'm going to decline their offer though.
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scotty

Congrats asterion!!!...Just have one question...did Columbia get back to you on their own or you had to write to them asking for a speedy decision???

Congrats asterion!!!...Just have one question...did Columbia get back to you on their own or you had to write to them asking for a speedy decision???
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Igorek

Thanks to everyone! And good luck to all of you!
Yes, the subject of the email is Admission Status. They came to me on their own, I didn't push at all.
Anushka, I am going to enroll at Harvard.

Thanks to everyone! And good luck to all of you!
Yes, the subject of the email is Admission Status. They came to me on their own, I didn't push at all.
Anushka, I am going to enroll at Harvard.
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kay12

Thanks Asterion and Igorek ! Best Wishes !

Thanks Asterion and Igorek ! Best Wishes !
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Madelaine

Congrats to all of you who are enrolling in top law schools. Please do not forget those who are still waiting for a decision and notify the schools you are not attending asap. Tks & best wishes:)

Congrats to all of you who are enrolling in top law schools. Please do not forget those who are still waiting for a decision and notify the schools you are not attending asap. Tks & best wishes:)
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asterion

Thanks, you guys. I did not push at all, and Columbia came with a response on their own (a bit late though). I will e-mail Columbia and other universities to decline their offers today. Is an e-mail ok to decline an offer or should you send a more formal letter?? Any experience on the matter? Thanks !

Thanks, you guys. I did not push at all, and Columbia came with a response on their own (a bit late though). I will e-mail Columbia and other universities to decline their offers today. Is an e-mail ok to decline an offer or should you send a more formal letter?? Any experience on the matter? Thanks !
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Salomon

Thanks, you guys. I did not push at all, and Columbia came with a response on their own (a bit late though). I will e-mail Columbia and other universities to decline their offers today. Is an e-mail ok to decline an offer or should you send a more formal letter?? Any experience on the matter? Thanks !


The best way to decline an offer is to send a letter or email and to add the name of the applicant you want to have your seat. In your case, its me. Thanks alot, I appreciate.

<blockquote>Thanks, you guys. I did not push at all, and Columbia came with a response on their own (a bit late though). I will e-mail Columbia and other universities to decline their offers today. Is an e-mail ok to decline an offer or should you send a more formal letter?? Any experience on the matter? Thanks ! </blockquote>

The best way to decline an offer is to send a letter or email and to add the name of the applicant you want to have your seat. In your case, its me. Thanks alot, I appreciate.
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Acknow

Thanks, you guys. I did not push at all, and Columbia came with a response on their own (a bit late though). I will e-mail Columbia and other universities to decline their offers today. Is an e-mail ok to decline an offer or should you send a more formal letter?? Any experience on the matter? Thanks !


Asterion, I believe that an email message is enough. However, when I declined some offers for adm., I preferred to send a signed PDF letter attached to an email. The reason was that I had appreciated the assistance received by the law school and I thought that they deserved my thakfulness in a more formal way. It's just my opinion (btw, not all law schools deserves thanks)...

<blockquote>Thanks, you guys. I did not push at all, and Columbia came with a response on their own (a bit late though). I will e-mail Columbia and other universities to decline their offers today. Is an e-mail ok to decline an offer or should you send a more formal letter?? Any experience on the matter? Thanks ! </blockquote>

Asterion, I believe that an email message is enough. However, when I declined some offers for adm., I preferred to send a signed PDF letter attached to an email. The reason was that I had appreciated the assistance received by the law school and I thought that they deserved my thakfulness in a more formal way. It's just my opinion (btw, not all law schools deserves thanks)...
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ivan2006

I agree with Acknow. I sent a signed letter saying thanks and justifying why I declined their offer. I though some of these schools (Georgetown, UMich) deserved a warm feedback.

I agree with Acknow. I sent a signed letter saying thanks and justifying why I declined their offer. I though some of these schools (Georgetown, UMich) deserved a warm feedback.
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Acknow

Ivan, glad to share your views. Could I ask you what your final decision was after dropping GTown, Umich and the others? Thnks alot.

Ivan, glad to share your views. Could I ask you what your final decision was after dropping GTown, Umich and the others? Thnks alot.
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ivan2006

Hi, Acknow, I decided to enroll at NYU, regardless of the outcome of CLS admission process... As a matter of fact, in my field of study (taxation), NYU is better, so having an acceptance of CLS would not make any difference at all...

Btw, Anushka, do you have any news? Will I finally meet you at NYU or are you having second thoughts?

Hi, Acknow, I decided to enroll at NYU, regardless of the outcome of CLS admission process... As a matter of fact, in my field of study (taxation), NYU is better, so having an acceptance of CLS would not make any difference at all...

Btw, Anushka, do you have any news? Will I finally meet you at NYU or are you having second thoughts?
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anushka

Not yet, but I am going to NYU no matter what CLS says.
Decision made. See you in New York~

Not yet, but I am going to NYU no matter what CLS says.
Decision made. See you in New York~
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Igorek

Asterion, I believe that an email message is enough. However, when I declined some offers for adm., I preferred to send a signed PDF letter attached to an email. The reason was that I had appreciated the assistance received by the law school and I thought that they deserved my thakfulness in a more formal way. It's just my opinion (btw, not all law schools deserves thanks)...


I did the same way, since a paper copy DHL delivery to US will cost me at least $80 per each school. However, as per the enrollment I will send 'em both a paper copy and an email.

<blockquote>Asterion, I believe that an email message is enough. However, when I declined some offers for adm., I preferred to send a signed PDF letter attached to an email. The reason was that I had appreciated the assistance received by the law school and I thought that they deserved my thakfulness in a more formal way. It's just my opinion (btw, not all law schools deserves thanks)... </blockquote>

I did the same way, since a paper copy DHL delivery to US will cost me at least $80 per each school. However, as per the enrollment I will send 'em both a paper copy and an email.
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scotty

mee too...NYU it is...enf of torture...hope to see u guys there...Anushka, have u sent ur intention to enroll yet???

mee too...NYU it is...enf of torture...hope to see u guys there...Anushka, have u sent ur intention to enroll yet???
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anushka

scotty: not yet, i'll do it on monday...what about you?
ivan: me acaba de llegar un email de CLS...no me admitieron...no hay dudas ahora...nos vemos en NYU.

scotty: not yet, i'll do it on monday...what about you?
ivan: me acaba de llegar un email de CLS...no me admitieron...no hay dudas ahora...nos vemos en NYU.
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