NYU Deadline


Dear all,

The NYU deadline for fall 2015 admission is December 15th but the only date still available to take the Toefl in my country is December 6th which means the LSAC won't receive the results of the test before the deadline.

Does that mean I can't apply to NYU ? Do you know any solutions ?

Thank you !

Dear all,

The NYU deadline for fall 2015 admission is December 15th but the only date still available to take the Toefl in my country is December 6th which means the LSAC won't receive the results of the test before the deadline.

Does that mean I can't apply to NYU ? Do you know any solutions ?

Thank you !
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First of all, schedule the test.
After doing so, you can e-mail eETS and ask them to release the results a little sooner (if possible).

Also, I would write to NYU letting them know your scheduled test and informing them when the results will be read.

If you are applying by LSAC, they will update your report with your toefl scores as sson as they get, don't worry.

First of all, schedule the test.
After doing so, you can e-mail eETS and ask them to release the results a little sooner (if possible).

Also, I would write to NYU letting them know your scheduled test and informing them when the results will be read.

If you are applying by LSAC, they will update your report with your toefl scores as sson as they get, don't worry.
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gigillm

Dear all,

The NYU deadline for fall 2015 admission is December 15th but the only date still available to take the Toefl in my country is December 6th which means the LSAC won't receive the results of the test before the deadline.

Does that mean I can't apply to NYU ? Do you know any solutions ?

Thank you !



Hi I have the same problem. I took the TOEFL test without preparing and I score 97 with 21 READING 28 LISTENING 23 SPEAKING AND 25 WRITING. This is not enough for NYU so I plan to take it again but the next date is december 6th. Did you write to NYU about your situation.

<blockquote>Dear all,

The NYU deadline for fall 2015 admission is December 15th but the only date still available to take the Toefl in my country is December 6th which means the LSAC won't receive the results of the test before the deadline.

Does that mean I can't apply to NYU ? Do you know any solutions ?

Thank you ! </blockquote>


Hi I have the same problem. I took the TOEFL test without preparing and I score 97 with 21 READING 28 LISTENING 23 SPEAKING AND 25 WRITING. This is not enough for NYU so I plan to take it again but the next date is december 6th. Did you write to NYU about your situation.
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I already have the TOEFL requirement for NYU, but I did that for other Applications.

You don't need to write to LSAC, just go to their webpage and put the new toeffl info. They will update it and send it to the law school. I would also consider sending an extra report to NYU.

I am still trying to achieve 105. Currently, I have 102.

I already have the TOEFL requirement for NYU, but I did that for other Applications.

You don't need to write to LSAC, just go to their webpage and put the new toeffl info. They will update it and send it to the law school. I would also consider sending an extra report to NYU.

I am still trying to achieve 105. Currently, I have 102.
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Joy hopeful is right I emailed lsac they told me they would update my report once they receive my score.

Best of luck

Joy hopeful is right I emailed lsac they told me they would update my report once they receive my score.

Best of luck
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For those of you that submitted your applications, do you mind sharing if the application review section (NYU website) displays all the requirements or only these three: First Degree Transcript Received, Letter of Recommendation Received, TOEFL or IELTS (if applicable).

I am asking because I submitted my essay for the Hauser Scholarship too, and I need to know if they are reviewing it.

For those of you that submitted your applications, do you mind sharing if the application review section (NYU website) displays all the requirements or only these three: First Degree Transcript Received, Letter of Recommendation Received, TOEFL or IELTS (if applicable).

I am asking because I submitted my essay for the Hauser Scholarship too, and I need to know if they are reviewing it.
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Kats_K

Oxbridgeguy, I can only see the transcript, LoR and TOEFL/IELTS check boxes under the requirements section. I too have submitted a Hauser essay and it's not mentioned anywhere on the page.

Oxbridgeguy, I can only see the transcript, LoR and TOEFL/IELTS check boxes under the requirements section. I too have submitted a Hauser essay and it's not mentioned anywhere on the page.
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Yes, they probably include these 3 items because the other ones are optional.

Yes, they probably include these 3 items because the other ones are optional.
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I submitted my application on LSAC 14 December and NYU requested the CAS report on 15 December. The application was transmitted to NYU on 14 December, however, the CAS report has not yet been made available to NYU (it is shown in "Incomplete reports" although all materials have been processed by LSAC a while ago already). Does anybody know if it will be a problem if the "Report Date" will be after 15 December? Will my application be considered as filed before the deadline?

I submitted my application on LSAC 14 December and NYU requested the CAS report on 15 December. The application was transmitted to NYU on 14 December, however, the CAS report has not yet been made available to NYU (it is shown in "Incomplete reports" although all materials have been processed by LSAC a while ago already). Does anybody know if it will be a problem if the "Report Date" will be after 15 December? Will my application be considered as filed before the deadline?
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lb.mx

Yes, if you submitted the application you do not have to worry. I had the same inquiry and called around 3 hours ago and they told me there was no problem; on the other hand the reports were completed in less than two hours so you don't have to worry. They told me there were plenty of deadlines today so they've had a busy day.

Yes, if you submitted the application you do not have to worry. I had the same inquiry and called around 3 hours ago and they told me there was no problem; on the other hand the reports were completed in less than two hours so you don't have to worry. They told me there were plenty of deadlines today so they've had a busy day.
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