Cornell Fee Waiver


ldncdn

I just received an email from Cornell offering me an application fee waiver, but I'm confused because the LLM deadline was December 15? Also they only admit a very small portion of students, so I am hesitant about applying in mid January. Does the waiver mean I will have a good chance? Thanks

I just received an email from Cornell offering me an application fee waiver, but I'm confused because the LLM deadline was December 15? Also they only admit a very small portion of students, so I am hesitant about applying in mid January. Does the waiver mean I will have a good chance? Thanks
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I just received an email from Cornell offering me a fee waiver, but I'm confused because the LLM deadline was December 15? Also they only admit a very small portion of students, so I am hesitant about applying in mid January. Does the fee waiver mean I will have a good chance? Thanks


Hi - not sure what you mean? You've been offered a few waiver before you've even applied?

<blockquote>I just received an email from Cornell offering me a fee waiver, but I'm confused because the LLM deadline was December 15? Also they only admit a very small portion of students, so I am hesitant about applying in mid January. Does the fee waiver mean I will have a good chance? Thanks</blockquote>

Hi - not sure what you mean? You've been offered a few waiver before you've even applied?
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ldncdn

I just received an email from Cornell offering me a fee waiver, but I'm confused because the LLM deadline was December 15? Also they only admit a very small portion of students, so I am hesitant about applying in mid January. Does the fee waiver mean I will have a good chance? Thanks


Hi - not sure what you mean? You've been offered a few waiver before you've even applied?


I meant the LSAC $80 Application Fee Waiver, not tuition. Sorry if I was unclear.

<blockquote><blockquote>I just received an email from Cornell offering me a fee waiver, but I'm confused because the LLM deadline was December 15? Also they only admit a very small portion of students, so I am hesitant about applying in mid January. Does the fee waiver mean I will have a good chance? Thanks</blockquote>

Hi - not sure what you mean? You've been offered a few waiver before you've even applied? </blockquote>

I meant the LSAC $80 Application Fee Waiver, not tuition. Sorry if I was unclear.
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I just received an email from Cornell offering me a fee waiver, but I'm confused because the LLM deadline was December 15? Also they only admit a very small portion of students, so I am hesitant about applying in mid January. Does the fee waiver mean I will have a good chance? Thanks


Hi - not sure what you mean? You've been offered a few waiver before you've even applied?


I meant the LSAC $80 Application Fee Waiver, not tuition. Sorry if I was unclear.


Hi again - that makes more sense! I would still be inclined to apply. Not sure if is a positive sign or not but I would imagine it is. Also, there will be at least a handful of students admitted who will reject their offer, so I'm sure you'd be in with a pretty good chance :)

<blockquote><blockquote><blockquote>I just received an email from Cornell offering me a fee waiver, but I'm confused because the LLM deadline was December 15? Also they only admit a very small portion of students, so I am hesitant about applying in mid January. Does the fee waiver mean I will have a good chance? Thanks</blockquote>

Hi - not sure what you mean? You've been offered a few waiver before you've even applied? </blockquote>

I meant the LSAC $80 Application Fee Waiver, not tuition. Sorry if I was unclear.</blockquote>

Hi again - that makes more sense! I would still be inclined to apply. Not sure if is a positive sign or not but I would imagine it is. Also, there will be at least a handful of students admitted who will reject their offer, so I'm sure you'd be in with a pretty good chance :)
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Hey! I just got the same fee waiver too and was slightly confused as the deadline was over a month ago. They must not have received enough applications before the deadline. Doubt I will apply, however.

Hey! I just got the same fee waiver too and was slightly confused as the deadline was over a month ago. They must not have received enough applications before the deadline. Doubt I will apply, however.
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Wavshrdr

This sometimes happens. Usually for one of two reasons. Either they didn't get enough applicants (no surprise since Cornell is much more expensive than better ranked schools) or they need more people to decline so that they can show how "exclusive" they are.

In this last example, you are good enough to apply, but possibly not good enough to get accepted, but by denying you it will make their stats look more impressive.

This sometimes happens. Usually for one of two reasons. Either they didn't get enough applicants (no surprise since Cornell is much more expensive than better ranked schools) or they need more people to decline so that they can show how "exclusive" they are.

In this last example, you are good enough to apply, but possibly not good enough to get accepted, but by denying you it will make their stats look more impressive.
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qchanhk

Might be a bit late to reply to this thread but i only saw the fee waiver email in February, submitted in my application last Friday and got an offer yesterday!

Might be a bit late to reply to this thread but i only saw the fee waiver email in February, submitted in my application last Friday and got an offer yesterday!
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ldncdn

Might be a bit late to reply to this thread but i only saw the fee waiver email in February, submitted in my application last Friday and got an offer yesterday!

Yeah same I got my offer a few weeks ago after the fee waiver

<blockquote>Might be a bit late to reply to this thread but i only saw the fee waiver email in February, submitted in my application last Friday and got an offer yesterday! </blockquote>
Yeah same I got my offer a few weeks ago after the fee waiver
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On this topic, I want to apply for an application fee waiver to Columbia. How responsive and receptive are they? What are the reasons people usually give?

Hi <br><br>On this topic, I want to apply for an application fee waiver to Columbia. How responsive and receptive are they? What are the reasons people usually give? <br>
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