Georgetown LL.M. 2014-2015


KJP

That's great to know, Mitch123! All the best!

That's great to know, Mitch123! All the best!
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I did the skype interview yesterday and they asked me several questions. For example, they asked me (1) why I applied for GULC, (2) whether I was interested in becoming prosecutor, (3) whether I am interested in pro-bono work and (4) what I usually do during my leisure time. I think the questions may depend on the personal statement. The interviewer said that my listening score made them hesitate to offer admission but she became free from the concern. I wish all of us good luck!

I did the skype interview yesterday and they asked me several questions. For example, they asked me (1) why I applied for GULC, (2) whether I was interested in becoming prosecutor, (3) whether I am interested in pro-bono work and (4) what I usually do during my leisure time. I think the questions may depend on the personal statement. The interviewer said that my listening score made them hesitate to offer admission but she became free from the concern. I wish all of us good luck!
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Hey Ottocruise,

Had you applied for early admission, or regular?

Best,
OD

Hey Ottocruise,

Had you applied for early admission, or regular?

Best,
OD
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KJP

I did the skype interview yesterday and they asked me several questions. For example, they asked me (1) why I applied for GULC, (2) whether I was interested in becoming prosecutor, (3) whether I am interested in pro-bono work and (4) what I usually do during my leisure time. I think the questions may depend on the personal statement. The interviewer said that my listening score made them hesitate to offer admission but she became free from the concern. I wish all of us good luck!


Hey, ottocruise! This is a wonderful development. It was just a matter of clearing up first impressions. Good for you!

<blockquote>I did the skype interview yesterday and they asked me several questions. For example, they asked me (1) why I applied for GULC, (2) whether I was interested in becoming prosecutor, (3) whether I am interested in pro-bono work and (4) what I usually do during my leisure time. I think the questions may depend on the personal statement. The interviewer said that my listening score made them hesitate to offer admission but she became free from the concern. I wish all of us good luck!</blockquote>

Hey, ottocruise! This is a wonderful development. It was just a matter of clearing up first impressions. Good for you!
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Hey Ottocruise,

Had you applied for early admission, or regular?

Best,
OD


I applied for early action!

<blockquote>Hey Ottocruise,

Had you applied for early admission, or regular?

Best,
OD</blockquote>

I applied for early action!

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andy_LLM

Hey Ottocruise, thanks for that info. That definitely sounds like it'll result into a happy ending :)
I have a feeling I'll be questioned on my not so great grades in law school.
Anyway I'll post whatever happens.
Good luck to you.

Hey Ottocruise, thanks for that info. That definitely sounds like it'll result into a happy ending :)
I have a feeling I'll be questioned on my not so great grades in law school.
Anyway I'll post whatever happens.
Good luck to you.
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KJP

Hey Ottocruise, thanks for that info. That definitely sounds like it'll result into a happy ending :)
I have a feeling I'll be questioned on my not so great grades in law school.
Anyway I'll post whatever happens.
Good luck to you.


Here's rooting for you, bro!

<blockquote>Hey Ottocruise, thanks for that info. That definitely sounds like it'll result into a happy ending :)
I have a feeling I'll be questioned on my not so great grades in law school.
Anyway I'll post whatever happens.
Good luck to you.</blockquote>

Here's rooting for you, bro!
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dd14

I've been wait-listed, mainly because Georgetown admits those who already have an undergraduate degree, and I haven't finished mine yet. Is anyone here in their final year, as an undergraduate, whom has received a conditional offer? Although, I've read now that they do not send conditional offers for their Graduate Programs.

Thanks

I've been wait-listed, mainly because Georgetown admits those who already have an undergraduate degree, and I haven't finished mine yet. Is anyone here in their final year, as an undergraduate, whom has received a conditional offer? Although, I've read now that they do not send conditional offers for their Graduate Programs.

Thanks
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I did the skype interview yesterday and they asked me several questions. For example, they asked me (1) why I applied for GULC, (2) whether I was interested in becoming prosecutor, (3) whether I am interested in pro-bono work and (4) what I usually do during my leisure time. I think the questions may depend on the personal statement. The interviewer said that my listening score made them hesitate to offer admission but she became free from the concern. I wish all of us good luck!


hi ottercruise can you plz disclose your toefl score and the subsections scores? it will help me to understand their expectations and range of deviation in the toefl exam?

<blockquote>I did the skype interview yesterday and they asked me several questions. For example, they asked me (1) why I applied for GULC, (2) whether I was interested in becoming prosecutor, (3) whether I am interested in pro-bono work and (4) what I usually do during my leisure time. I think the questions may depend on the personal statement. The interviewer said that my listening score made them hesitate to offer admission but she became free from the concern. I wish all of us good luck!</blockquote>

hi ottercruise can you plz disclose your toefl score and the subsections scores? it will help me to understand their expectations and range of deviation in the toefl exam?
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LLM_UKUSA

I've been wait-listed, mainly because Georgetown admits those who already have an undergraduate degree, and I haven't finished mine yet. Is anyone here in their final year, as an undergraduate, whom has received a conditional offer? Although, I've read now that they do not send conditional offers for their Graduate Programs.

Thanks


Hey..I am also in my final year undergraduate...& have been admiited by the college.. they just want my degree certificate before the course starts..else no other condition as such...All d best :)

<blockquote>I've been wait-listed, mainly because Georgetown admits those who already have an undergraduate degree, and I haven't finished mine yet. Is anyone here in their final year, as an undergraduate, whom has received a conditional offer? Although, I've read now that they do not send conditional offers for their Graduate Programs.

Thanks</blockquote>

Hey..I am also in my final year undergraduate...& have been admiited by the college.. they just want my degree certificate before the course starts..else no other condition as such...All d best :)
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Hey, I was wondering, when you applied to Georgetown, did you get a confirmation email saying your application was complete? Because I applied two weeks ago and still nothing so I was just wondering.

Hey, I was wondering, when you applied to Georgetown, did you get a confirmation email saying your application was complete? Because I applied two weeks ago and still nothing so I was just wondering.
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erstwhile

No, didn't get anything when GT received my package. But you can always call and ask them (that's what I did), from my experience they are very helpful

No, didn't get anything when GT received my package. But you can always call and ask them (that's what I did), from my experience they are very helpful
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Hey, I was wondering, when you applied to Georgetown, did you get a confirmation email saying your application was complete? Because I applied two weeks ago and still nothing so I was just wondering.


I applied two weeks ago and got confirmation email two days ago, good luck.

<blockquote>Hey, I was wondering, when you applied to Georgetown, did you get a confirmation email saying your application was complete? Because I applied two weeks ago and still nothing so I was just wondering. </blockquote>

I applied two weeks ago and got confirmation email two days ago, good luck.
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andy_LLM

Hey
So I had my interview today. It was fairly standard and they asked me questions like why GULC and what kind of extra curricular activities did I pursue in law school. When I asked her as to why i was deferred, she gave a very vague reply about the admissions committee wanting some additional information.
Now let's just hope for the best.

Hey
So I had my interview today. It was fairly standard and they asked me questions like why GULC and what kind of extra curricular activities did I pursue in law school. When I asked her as to why i was deferred, she gave a very vague reply about the admissions committee wanting some additional information.
Now let's just hope for the best.
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I applied two weeks ago and got confirmation email two days ago, good luck.


Thanks, I guess I'll wait another week then, I just realized I applied on Jan 20th. I'll call them next week if I still don't get anything.

<blockquote>I applied two weeks ago and got confirmation email two days ago, good luck.</blockquote>

Thanks, I guess I'll wait another week then, I just realized I applied on Jan 20th. I'll call them next week if I still don't get anything.
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KJP

Hey
So I had my interview today. It was fairly standard and they asked me questions like why GULC and what kind of extra curricular activities did I pursue in law school. When I asked her as to why i was deferred, she gave a very vague reply about the admissions committee wanting some additional information.
Now let's just hope for the best.


All the best, bro! I'm sure the interview gave the admissions committee a better understanding of your application.

<blockquote>Hey
So I had my interview today. It was fairly standard and they asked me questions like why GULC and what kind of extra curricular activities did I pursue in law school. When I asked her as to why i was deferred, she gave a very vague reply about the admissions committee wanting some additional information.
Now let's just hope for the best. </blockquote>

All the best, bro! I'm sure the interview gave the admissions committee a better understanding of your application.
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is the interview mandatory for all?

is the interview mandatory for all?
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anushka.c

I completed my application on 28th of January and the online status shows as Application completed, however I have not heard from them, can someone tell me what it means?
And when can I expect to hear from them.
Thanks

I completed my application on 28th of January and the online status shows as Application completed, however I have not heard from them, can someone tell me what it means?
And when can I expect to hear from them.
Thanks
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KJP

is the interview mandatory for all?


The interview does not appear to be mandatory for everyone.

<blockquote>is the interview mandatory for all?</blockquote>

The interview does not appear to be mandatory for everyone.
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andy_LLM

The interview is only for a few people. The admissions committee felt that they'll be able to decide better with some additional information for certain people.

The interview is only for a few people. The admissions committee felt that they'll be able to decide better with some additional information for certain people.
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