NYU Class Selection


rippy

I am trying to select my classes for the NYU lottery system. Does anyone know where I can find the call numbers for the classes?

also, any ideas on the probabilty of not getting the classes I want ? (recourse to force and law of international tribunals - I'm on the Intl. legal studies program). Because it will suck if I pay all this money and then don't get the classes I want to do .

Thanks.

I am trying to select my classes for the NYU lottery system. Does anyone know where I can find the call numbers for the classes?

also, any ideas on the probabilty of not getting the classes I want ? (recourse to force and law of international tribunals - I'm on the Intl. legal studies program). Because it will suck if I pay all this money and then don't get the classes I want to do .

Thanks.
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rippy

okay, I found the call numbers.

but when I try to register on Albert it says registration not available. Is anyone else having this problem? has everyone else registered?

okay, I found the call numbers.

but when I try to register on Albert it says registration not available. Is anyone else having this problem? has everyone else registered?
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v

Hi Rippy,

On Albert, try to select "Law School lottery" and not "registration".

Hi Rippy,

On Albert, try to select "Law School lottery" and not "registration".
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rippy

Thanks

I was being a dumb ass as usual. Have now entered my selections. and I better get them!

Thanks

I was being a dumb ass as usual. Have now entered my selections. and I better get them!
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Mint

I have a question as well.

If I already submit the lottery, can I reenter and reschedule the courses prior to the deadline? Thanks a lot

I have a question as well.

If I already submit the lottery, can I reenter and reschedule the courses prior to the deadline? Thanks a lot

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v

Hi Mint,

Yes you can. Re-enter the lottery and select "drop" if you don't want the course anymore. You can then replace the deleted course by another one.

I just did it and it seems to work!

Cheers

Hi Mint,

Yes you can. Re-enter the lottery and select "drop" if you don't want the course anymore. You can then replace the deleted course by another one.

I just did it and it seems to work!

Cheers
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lukee

okay, I found the call numbers.

but when I try to register on Albert it says registration not available. Is anyone else having this problem? has everyone else registered?


Sorry guys, I do feel very stupid...

But WHERE do you actually find the call numbers? All I find is the course ID #.

Thanks a lot for your help!

<blockquote>okay, I found the call numbers.

but when I try to register on Albert it says registration not available. Is anyone else having this problem? has everyone else registered?</blockquote>

Sorry guys, I do feel very stupid...

But WHERE do you actually find the call numbers? All I find is the course ID #.

Thanks a lot for your help!
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ritullm

Hi ,

Here is the link to find the call #:

http://its.law.nyu.edu/cms/public/schedules/index.cfm?fuseaction=Public.TermHome&Semester=Fall&TermYear=2006

click on your Specilization

Good Luck!

Hi ,

Here is the link to find the call #:

http://its.law.nyu.edu/cms/public/schedules/index.cfm?fuseaction=Public.TermHome&Semester=Fall&TermYear=2006

click on your Specilization

Good Luck!
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lukee

Hi ,

Here is the link to find the call #:

http://its.law.nyu.edu/cms/public/schedules/index.cfm?fuseaction=Public.TermHome&Semester=Fall&TermYear=2006

click on your Specilization

Good Luck!


Thanks so much for your quick help!
Sometimes you just can't see the things lying right in front of your own eyes....

<blockquote>Hi ,

Here is the link to find the call #:

http://its.law.nyu.edu/cms/public/schedules/index.cfm?fuseaction=Public.TermHome&Semester=Fall&TermYear=2006

click on your Specilization

Good Luck!</blockquote>

Thanks so much for your quick help!
Sometimes you just can't see the things lying right in front of your own eyes....
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hnlxh

feel confused too.... :)

Just want to make sure.... if the prerequisite of course A is corporation, we can choose both course A and corporation simultaneously without any specific waiver? ......the prerequisite of corporation is treated as corequisite for LLM students?

feel confused too.... :)

Just want to make sure.... if the prerequisite of course A is corporation, we can choose both course A and corporation simultaneously without any specific waiver? ......the prerequisite of corporation is treated as corequisite for LLM students?
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rah23

Where are all of you ranking intro to US law? I know that Int. students have to rank it (and they suggest ranking it low), but does it matter where it is ranked? I have it as 10A.

Thanks in advance.

Where are all of you ranking intro to US law? I know that Int. students have to rank it (and they suggest ranking it low), but does it matter where it is ranked? I have it as 10A.

Thanks in advance.
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Where are all of you ranking intro to US law? I know that Int. students have to rank it (and they suggest ranking it low), but does it matter where it is ranked? I have it as 10A.

Thanks in advance.


I think that the website instructed us to rank it at 5a.

Anyone in the General Studies program getting frustrated with class schedule conflicts?

<blockquote>Where are all of you ranking intro to US law? I know that Int. students have to rank it (and they suggest ranking it low), but does it matter where it is ranked? I have it as 10A.

Thanks in advance.</blockquote>

I think that the website instructed us to rank it at 5a.

Anyone in the General Studies program getting frustrated with class schedule conflicts?
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lukee

feel confused too.... :)

Just want to make sure.... if the prerequisite of course A is corporation, we can choose both course A and corporation simultaneously without any specific waiver? ......the prerequisite of corporation is treated as corequisite for LLM students?


Yes, I believe that's correct.
The brochure "Year-Long Registration says, on page 10: "When registring for a course that has Corporations as pre-requisite, a prerequisite warning will appear in Albert. If you have registered for [Corporations] in the fall 2006 semester, you can disregard this warning."

<blockquote>feel confused too.... :)

Just want to make sure.... if the prerequisite of course A is corporation, we can choose both course A and corporation simultaneously without any specific waiver? ......the prerequisite of corporation is treated as corequisite for LLM students?</blockquote>

Yes, I believe that's correct.
The brochure "Year-Long Registration says, on page 10: "When registring for a course that has Corporations as pre-requisite, a prerequisite warning will appear in Albert. If you have registered for [Corporations] in the fall 2006 semester, you can disregard this warning."
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hnlxh

Yes, I believe that's correct.
The brochure "Year-Long Registration says, on page 10: "When registring for a course that has Corporations as pre-requisite, a prerequisite warning will appear in Albert. If you have registered for [Corporations] in the fall 2006 semester, you can disregard this warning."


Thank You! Wish all of us can get the courses we want.


</blockquote>

Yes, I believe that's correct.
The brochure "Year-Long Registration says, on page 10: "When registring for a course that has Corporations as pre-requisite, a prerequisite warning will appear in Albert. If you have registered for [Corporations] in the fall 2006 semester, you can disregard this warning." </blockquote>


Thank You! Wish all of us can get the courses we want.
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rah23

Where are all of you ranking intro to US law? I know that Int. students have to rank it (and they suggest ranking it low), but does it matter where it is ranked? I have it as 10A.

Thanks in advance.


I think that the website instructed us to rank it at 5a.

Anyone in the General Studies program getting frustrated with class schedule conflicts?


The Course Requirements package states that we should rank Intro to US Law "as low priority (5a) or lower". Obviously, knowing that we will all get into it, I would rather rank something else as 5a and rank Intro to US Law lower. Any thoughts?

Thanks.

<blockquote><blockquote>Where are all of you ranking intro to US law? I know that Int. students have to rank it (and they suggest ranking it low), but does it matter where it is ranked? I have it as 10A.

Thanks in advance.</blockquote>

I think that the website instructed us to rank it at 5a.

Anyone in the General Studies program getting frustrated with class schedule conflicts?</blockquote>

The Course Requirements package states that we should rank Intro to US Law "as low priority (5a) or lower". Obviously, knowing that we will all get into it, I would rather rank something else as 5a and rank Intro to US Law lower. Any thoughts?

Thanks.
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rah23

I emailed the Office of Grad Studies and this was their response:

"Your reasoning is correct, because Introduction to US law is mandatory, you will be registered for it regardless of how you preference it in your lottery selections - as long as you do include it."

As such, you can rank it as low as you want.

Best of luck with selecting courses!

I emailed the Office of Grad Studies and this was their response:

"Your reasoning is correct, because Introduction to US law is mandatory, you will be registered for it regardless of how you preference it in your lottery selections - as long as you do include it."

As such, you can rank it as low as you want.

Best of luck with selecting courses!
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Is anyone else mystefied by this lottery process? If I haven't misunderstood, should I be placing each course that is my first choice in an 'A' rank? Any help would be appreciated.

Is anyone else mystefied by this lottery process? If I haven't misunderstood, should I be placing each course that is my first choice in an 'A' rank? Any help would be appreciated.
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v

I agree with you, it's not simple...

in 1a, 2a, 3a : write your first choices.

1b corresponds to the course you wish if you don't have 1a.
and 1c corresponds to the course you wish if you don't have 1b.

Same for 2b which is the course you wish if you don't have 2a... etc...

I don't know if this is really clear but hope this helps :-/

I agree with you, it's not simple...

in 1a, 2a, 3a : write your first choices.

1b corresponds to the course you wish if you don't have 1a.
and 1c corresponds to the course you wish if you don't have 1b.

Same for 2b which is the course you wish if you don't have 2a... etc...

I don't know if this is really clear but hope this helps :-/
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rac

another stupid question please!!

im afraid I dont understand how it works for courses that need the instructors permision to enroll. Since i havnt applied for permission, and theres no time to do so now, are those courses closed for me?

or how does it work?

a quick response wud be greatly appreciated. thanks...

another stupid question please!!

im afraid I dont understand how it works for courses that need the instructors permision to enroll. Since i havnt applied for permission, and theres no time to do so now, are those courses closed for me?

or how does it work?

a quick response wud be greatly appreciated. thanks...
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Caya11

Anybody knows Torts L08. 2001 only opens to JD or also opens to LL.M? Thanks and good luck to all guys here.

Anybody knows Torts L08. 2001 only opens to JD or also opens to LL.M? Thanks and good luck to all guys here.
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