NYU application submitted!!!


I'm in big trouble. its thanksgiving weekend and the deadline is the 1st.

i sent my application to: New York University (NYU) School of Law, Office of Graduate Admissions, New York University School of Law, 245 Sullivan Street, 3rd Floor
New York, NY 10012-1099
United States

But DHL says they went there and thats the wrong address. I dont know what to do. it has to reach before monday! please someone help


I also sent my application to this adress since the Admissions Information and Application Instructions clearly says that all applications sent via an express or special mail service requiring signature should be sent to this adress. However, I sent the letters of recommendation to NYU on 5 November and so far, I have not received any confirmation e-mail....

<blockquote>I'm in big trouble. its thanksgiving weekend and the deadline is the 1st.

i sent my application to: New York University (NYU) School of Law, Office of Graduate Admissions, New York University School of Law, 245 Sullivan Street, 3rd Floor
New York, NY 10012-1099
United States

But DHL says they went there and thats the wrong address. I dont know what to do. it has to reach before monday! please someone help</blockquote>

I also sent my application to this adress since the Admissions Information and Application Instructions clearly says that all applications sent via an express or special mail service requiring signature should be sent to this adress. However, I sent the letters of recommendation to NYU on 5 November and so far, I have not received any confirmation e-mail....
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BamBoo

Hi All,

FYI regarding my application timeline, I submitted my application via online process on Nov 18, accordingly I received an email on the same day stating that I have successfully transmitted my application.

Less than 10 days later, I have got another email confirming that my application is complete and will be submitted to the committee.

In my opinion, those who have problems with postal service, you should contact NYU directly, maybe email or telephone call to explain your circumstance. I think they would give you appropriate solution.

From my experience (not NYU case) where the letters could not be reached on time, they allowed me to fax the materials for their initial review.

So.... whatever it takes, just try! And Good luck!

Hi All,

FYI regarding my application timeline, I submitted my application via online process on Nov 18, accordingly I received an email on the same day stating that I have successfully transmitted my application.

Less than 10 days later, I have got another email confirming that my application is complete and will be submitted to the committee.

In my opinion, those who have problems with postal service, you should contact NYU directly, maybe email or telephone call to explain your circumstance. I think they would give you appropriate solution.

From my experience (not NYU case) where the letters could not be reached on time, they allowed me to fax the materials for their initial review.

So.... whatever it takes, just try! And Good luck!
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dk-mani

Hi all!

A friend of mine at NYU told me that he was accepted in Feb last year so i guess the dates vary. Has anyone heard from them?

Hi all!

A friend of mine at NYU told me that he was accepted in Feb last year so i guess the dates vary. Has anyone heard from them?
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mrw

Haven't heard anything yet...

Haven't heard anything yet...
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borapassat

This is the email they replied recently, which is always boilerplate:

"As indicated in our application materials and on our website, LL.M. applicants who meet the December 1st deadline will be notified of the Committee on Graduate Admissions decision on in early to mid-March. The decisions for the NYU@NUS program will be communicated on a rolling basis through January. Unfortunately, there is no way to predict an exact date on which an applicant will receive a decision. We appreciate your patience in this matter.
The Committee on Graduate Admissions recognizes that law schools operate on different calendars, and sometimes applicants must decide on whether to commit to another institution before hearing from NYU School of Law; we regret any inconvenience this may cause you."

This is the email they replied recently, which is always boilerplate:

"As indicated in our application materials and on our website, LL.M. applicants who meet the December 1st deadline will be notified of the Committee on Graduate Admissions’ decision on in early to mid-March. The decisions for the NYU@NUS program will be communicated on a rolling basis through January. Unfortunately, there is no way to predict an exact date on which an applicant will receive a decision. We appreciate your patience in this matter.
The Committee on Graduate Admissions recognizes that law schools operate on different calendars, and sometimes applicants must decide on whether to commit to another institution before hearing from NYU School of Law; we regret any inconvenience this may cause you."
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