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hotpursuit

I also have two "above average" degrees. So far, received offers from Yale, Stanford, Columbia and Chigado. I am hoping the "above average" won´t materially affect my chances with Harvard...



If you got into YLS, odds are you will most likely get into HLS. Never met or heard of someone admitted in YLS and rejected by HLS. So begin thinking what will you decide :)

H.

<blockquote>I also have two "above average" degrees. So far, received offers from Yale, Stanford, Columbia and Chigado. I am hoping the "above average" won´t materially affect my chances with Harvard...</blockquote>


If you got into YLS, odds are you will most likely get into HLS. Never met or heard of someone admitted in YLS and rejected by HLS. So begin thinking what will you decide :)

H.
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suzie1588

it says volumes about your writing abilities if you were able to wing an admission at yale, which i understand takes grades seriously, with an "above average" rating. well done!

now we wait :(

it says volumes about your writing abilities if you were able to wing an admission at yale, which i understand takes grades seriously, with an "above average" rating. well done!

now we wait :(
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Jack13

The grading scale adopted by lsac is meaningless to the admissions committees. For example, in Italy barely all applicants have a "superior" evaluation. It is fair to say that the people who review our applications do not care about this element.

The grading scale adopted by lsac is meaningless to the admissions committees. For example, in Italy barely all applicants have a "superior" evaluation. It is fair to say that the people who review our applications do not care about this element.
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LLMAdmis

It's out!
I am rejected....

It's out!
I am rejected....
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amanda.w

I also have two "above average" degrees. So far, received offers from Yale, Stanford, Columbia and Chigado. I am hoping the "above average" won´t materially affect my chances with Harvard...


That is simply amazing! To my understanding Yale is the one that values grades the most seriously.

Mind sharing your credentials and/or your dream school?

<blockquote>I also have two "above average" degrees. So far, received offers from Yale, Stanford, Columbia and Chigado. I am hoping the "above average" won´t materially affect my chances with Harvard...</blockquote>

That is simply amazing! To my understanding Yale is the one that values grades the most seriously.

Mind sharing your credentials and/or your dream school?
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Sagi

It's out!
I am rejected....


I m out too. Good luck to those still waiting.

<blockquote>It's out!
I am rejected....</blockquote>

I m out too. Good luck to those still waiting.
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It's out!
I am rejected....


Are you serious? How did you receive the decision?

<blockquote>It's out!
I am rejected....</blockquote>

Are you serious? How did you receive the decision?
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hotpursuit

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LLMMx

Rejected...

Rejected...
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hobbit

harvard it is!!! yayyyyy

harvard it is!!! yayyyyy
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law01

Rejected as well; good luck to all of you :)

Rejected as well; good luck to all of you :)
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Rejected too.

Best of luck to everyone else!

Rejected too.

Best of luck to everyone else!
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mimullan

Accepted!!!

Accepted!!!
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LLM_SLS

i am out

i am out
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rejected

rejected
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dchatur

I guess being Waitlisted is as good as being rejected? Is it worth waiting?

I guess being Waitlisted is as good as being rejected? Is it worth waiting?
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sr1986

I am in!!

I am in!!
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rejected!! :(

Don't get it! Came top of my class and done internships at top law firms.

Those of you admittedcan you please share credentials?

rejected!! :(

Don't get it! Came top of my class and done internships at top law firms.

Those of you admitted…can you please share credentials?
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llm2014br

I´m in! Good luck guys!

I´m in! Good luck guys!
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