NYU Admission Decisions ?


FSUkid

I received an offer of 20K yesterday.

I received an offer of 20K yesterday.
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mari-a

I got an offer of the Dean's Award -35 K today

I got an offer of the Dean's Award -35 K today
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Jaan222

hey Maria....congratulations.........i have an offer of 20k......where r u from?? r u gonna join it or not?
Hafiz

hey Maria....congratulations.........i have an offer of 20k......where r u from?? r u gonna join it or not?
Hafiz
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mari-a

Hey Hafiz! Tnx! Yes, i will take the offer. I am Russian. What about u?

Hey Hafiz! Tnx! Yes, i will take the offer. I am Russian. What about u?
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VA1993

Did anyone get accepted to the program at NYC? If not, does anyone have a clue when did they start sending acceptance last year for the NYC program?

Did anyone get accepted to the program at NYC? If not, does anyone have a clue when did they start sending acceptance last year for the NYC program?
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PA

A friend of mine who recently studied at NYU in NYC told that almost all applicants received notices in around March, so perhaps we would have to wait for a while as well.

A friend of mine who recently studied at NYU in NYC told that almost all applicants received notices in around March, so perhaps we would have to wait for a while as well.
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Philip

Got admission for NYU and NYU@NUS as well.

Got admission for NYU and NYU@NUS as well.
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Demi

Congrats to all of you who have been accepted!
Have all of you chosen NYU@NUS as first priority or are they also sending out admissions to people who applied for NYU in NY City as first and NYU@NUS as second choice?

Congrats to all of you who have been accepted!
Have all of you chosen NYU@NUS as first priority or are they also sending out admissions to people who applied for NYU in NY City as first and NYU@NUS as second choice?
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Jaan222

they send offer letters for all ppl who applied for NYU@NUS as a first or second preference....

they send offer letters for all ppl who applied for NYU@NUS as a first or second preference....
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Philip

Hafiz is right.

Hafiz is right.
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sr1

Hello,

A friend of mine and i have received acceptance letters from NYU tax LLM in NYC on the 22nd of January. His application was completed in October and mine was completed two weeks before i received the letter. This is sort of ridiculous, but its been 15 weeks since my application for Florida was completed, and i go there!! The process is supposed to take 4-6 weeks...if anyone has heard back from Florida, let me know!

Has anyone else heard back from NYU tax?

Hello,

A friend of mine and i have received acceptance letters from NYU tax LLM in NYC on the 22nd of January. His application was completed in October and mine was completed two weeks before i received the letter. This is sort of ridiculous, but its been 15 weeks since my application for Florida was completed, and i go there!! The process is supposed to take 4-6 weeks...if anyone has heard back from Florida, let me know!

Has anyone else heard back from NYU tax?
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jballer

Hello,

A friend of mine and i have received acceptance letters from NYU tax LLM in NYC on the 22nd of January. His application was completed in October and mine was completed two weeks before i received the letter. This is sort of ridiculous, but its been 15 weeks since my application for Florida was completed, and i go there!! The process is supposed to take 4-6 weeks...if anyone has heard back from Florida, let me know!

Has anyone else heard back from NYU tax?


Hey Ra. Do you mind telling me what your stats were? I'm a 3L at FSU, and I've applied for the International Legal Studies LLM program at NYU. However, I haven't received any type of notification or correspondence from NYU since I went complete back in November. I'm in the top 15% of my class and an editor on a journal. I've got a decent amount of legal experience for a law student, and some good pre-lawschool real world experience. I know tax and international law are two different areas but I have to figure that the admissions criteria is probably the same for domestic students who go to similarly ranked schools.

Any info will be appreciated. Thanks.

<blockquote>Hello,

A friend of mine and i have received acceptance letters from NYU tax LLM in NYC on the 22nd of January. His application was completed in October and mine was completed two weeks before i received the letter. This is sort of ridiculous, but its been 15 weeks since my application for Florida was completed, and i go there!! The process is supposed to take 4-6 weeks...if anyone has heard back from Florida, let me know!

Has anyone else heard back from NYU tax? </blockquote>

Hey Ra. Do you mind telling me what your stats were? I'm a 3L at FSU, and I've applied for the International Legal Studies LLM program at NYU. However, I haven't received any type of notification or correspondence from NYU since I went complete back in November. I'm in the top 15% of my class and an editor on a journal. I've got a decent amount of legal experience for a law student, and some good pre-lawschool real world experience. I know tax and international law are two different areas but I have to figure that the admissions criteria is probably the same for domestic students who go to similarly ranked schools.

Any info will be appreciated. Thanks.
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Bruce1

Anyone know how difficult it is to get into NYU's Trade Regulation LL.M program?

Anyone know how difficult it is to get into NYU's Trade Regulation LL.M program?
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lawadd08

Any idea when NYU comes out with its results?

Any idea when NYU comes out with its results?
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Blossum

ra, Congrats! How does the NYU notify, thru e-mail or regular mail?
Thanks!

ra, Congrats! How does the NYU notify, thru e-mail or regular mail?
Thanks!
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sr1

ra, Congrats! How does the NYU notify, thru e-mail or regular mail?
Thanks!


Thanks RG! NYU notified me through regular mail.

<blockquote>ra, Congrats! How does the NYU notify, thru e-mail or regular mail?
Thanks!</blockquote>

Thanks RG! NYU notified me through regular mail.
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sr1

Hello,

A friend of mine and i have received acceptance letters from NYU tax LLM in NYC on the 22nd of January. His application was completed in October and mine was completed two weeks before i received the letter. This is sort of ridiculous, but its been 15 weeks since my application for Florida was completed, and i go there!! The process is supposed to take 4-6 weeks...if anyone has heard back from Florida, let me know!

Has anyone else heard back from NYU tax?


Hey Ra. Do you mind telling me what your stats were? I'm a 3L at FSU, and I've applied for the International Legal Studies LLM program at NYU. However, I haven't received any type of notification or correspondence from NYU since I went complete back in November. I'm in the top 15% of my class and an editor on a journal. I've got a decent amount of legal experience for a law student, and some good pre-lawschool real world experience. I know tax and international law are two different areas but I have to figure that the admissions criteria is probably the same for domestic students who go to similarly ranked schools.

Any info will be appreciated. Thanks.


Jballer, my stats are: top 20%, journal, summer clerk for a FL circuit judge, research assistant, master in economics, no non-law work experience. But i'm not sure if that comparison will help you much because i'm sure the only reason why they took me was because i never got anything lower than a B+ in the 6 tax law courses i took (with other LLM students) at a school consistently ranked #2 for its tax LLM. In fact, i'm going to pay that seat deposit ASAP in case they made a mistake.

<blockquote><blockquote>Hello,

A friend of mine and i have received acceptance letters from NYU tax LLM in NYC on the 22nd of January. His application was completed in October and mine was completed two weeks before i received the letter. This is sort of ridiculous, but its been 15 weeks since my application for Florida was completed, and i go there!! The process is supposed to take 4-6 weeks...if anyone has heard back from Florida, let me know!

Has anyone else heard back from NYU tax? </blockquote>

Hey Ra. Do you mind telling me what your stats were? I'm a 3L at FSU, and I've applied for the International Legal Studies LLM program at NYU. However, I haven't received any type of notification or correspondence from NYU since I went complete back in November. I'm in the top 15% of my class and an editor on a journal. I've got a decent amount of legal experience for a law student, and some good pre-lawschool real world experience. I know tax and international law are two different areas but I have to figure that the admissions criteria is probably the same for domestic students who go to similarly ranked schools.

Any info will be appreciated. Thanks. </blockquote>

Jballer, my stats are: top 20%, journal, summer clerk for a FL circuit judge, research assistant, master in economics, no non-law work experience. But i'm not sure if that comparison will help you much because i'm sure the only reason why they took me was because i never got anything lower than a B+ in the 6 tax law courses i took (with other LLM students) at a school consistently ranked #2 for its tax LLM. In fact, i'm going to pay that seat deposit ASAP in case they made a mistake.
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PA

While Columbia seems to have started delivering decisions, any news about NYU (NYC)?

While Columbia seems to have started delivering decisions, any news about NYU (NYC)?
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BRX

Anyone know how difficult it is to get into NYU's Trade Regulation LL.M program?


IIRC, the Admission Office stated during NYU's online information session that approx. 30-35 students are accepted each year for this program.

<blockquote>Anyone know how difficult it is to get into NYU's Trade Regulation LL.M program? </blockquote>

IIRC, the Admission Office stated during NYU's online information session that approx. 30-35 students are accepted each year for this program.
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Hi, everyone.

I would like to know, from those ones admitted to NYU, what are your academic grades? Cuz I want to apply to NYU (Fall - 2009) but my grades are like B (I'm brazilian and grades here are different from the US) and I'd like to know if I'll have to increase my grades or a B student is applicable to NYU.

Thank you for your help.
xoxo

Hi, everyone.

I would like to know, from those ones admitted to NYU, what are your academic grades? Cuz I want to apply to NYU (Fall - 2009) but my grades are like B (I'm brazilian and grades here are different from the US) and I'd like to know if I'll have to increase my grades or a B student is applicable to NYU.

Thank you for your help.
xoxo
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