NYU Domestic Tax LLM


nbrown40

Has anyone heard from NYU since the April 1 deadline?

Has anyone heard from NYU since the April 1 deadline?
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taxman349

All is quiet...

I've heard from Georgetown, but I still haven't heard from UF or NYU. I hope the decisions arrive soon so I can make my decision as to where to go.

All is quiet...

I've heard from Georgetown, but I still haven't heard from UF or NYU. I hope the decisions arrive soon so I can make my decision as to where to go.
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Rotunda

nothing yet from either NYU or Gtown

nothing yet from either NYU or Gtown
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Sue Me

Yep - Posted mid-last week...."No Go." (End of March, 2010)

SO for those waiting, no news is good news......

Yep - Posted mid-last week...."No Go." (End of March, 2010)

SO for those waiting, no news is good news......
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taxman349

Anyone received word in the past few days?

I still haven't heard anything...just curious.

Anyone received word in the past few days?

I still haven't heard anything...just curious.
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Rotunda

nothing. is it a good or bad sign???

nothing. is it a good or bad sign???
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taxman349

I went back and looked at the thread from last year, and from what I can gather, flurries of decisions started going out roughly a week from today, around April 15. (Appropriately enough, for tax I suppose).

Then it seemed like there was a week to a week and a half dead period, followed by another flurry of acceptances.

Then, after another week to a week and a half silent period, they seemed to send acceptances/rejections/and waitlist notifications.

From what I understand, the time period to send a deposit is relatively short after receiving admission, so I'm guessing that's what the week and a half silent periods between decisions was all about.

Long story short, my guess is, that if we haven't heard anything (I went complete in early February), we're at least in the mix. Where in the mix, however, seems to be the million dollar question. All of this is merely conjecture on my part, but it seems reasonable to me.

I went back and looked at the thread from last year, and from what I can gather, flurries of decisions started going out roughly a week from today, around April 15. (Appropriately enough, for tax I suppose).

Then it seemed like there was a week to a week and a half dead period, followed by another flurry of acceptances.

Then, after another week to a week and a half silent period, they seemed to send acceptances/rejections/and waitlist notifications.

From what I understand, the time period to send a deposit is relatively short after receiving admission, so I'm guessing that's what the week and a half silent periods between decisions was all about.

Long story short, my guess is, that if we haven't heard anything (I went complete in early February), we're at least in the mix. Where in the mix, however, seems to be the million dollar question. All of this is merely conjecture on my part, but it seems reasonable to me.
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LLMARC

Just received my response, I've been admitted into the school (part time LLM in domestic tax)

Good luck to everyone, there is still hope!

Just received my response, I've been admitted into the school (part time LLM in domestic tax)

Good luck to everyone, there is still hope!

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taxman349

Just received my response, I've been admitted into the school (part time LLM in domestic tax)

Good luck to everyone, there is still hope!



Congrats! You mind sharing when you went complete? I'm curious as to whether there's a correlation between when applicants go complete and when they receive a response.

<blockquote>Just received my response, I've been admitted into the school (part time LLM in domestic tax)

Good luck to everyone, there is still hope!

</blockquote>

Congrats! You mind sharing when you went complete? I'm curious as to whether there's a correlation between when applicants go complete and when they receive a response.
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LLMARC

Thanks! I submitted my application a mere few days before the deadline; however LSAC requested some more information from me afterwards so I completed everything by mid January

Thanks! I submitted my application a mere few days before the deadline; however LSAC requested some more information from me afterwards so I completed everything by mid January
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Ioannis

Guys, just to let you know, there is a facebook group for those students admitted to the Tax and International Tax Programs at NYU for the following academic year, in this url:

http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=108199359204493

Guys, just to let you know, there is a facebook group for those students admitted to the Tax and International Tax Programs at NYU for the following academic year, in this url:

http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=108199359204493

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Rotunda

News?

News?
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taxman349

Still no word.

Still no word.
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nbrown40

Same here

Same here
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nbrown40

Still quite????

Still quite????
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Rotunda

Still nothing from Gtown and NYU

Still nothing from Gtown and NYU
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nbrown40

I have heard from everyone but NYU and the waiting is killing me!

I have heard from everyone but NYU and the waiting is killing me!
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Rotunda

did anyone try to call them?

did anyone try to call them?
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nbrown40

They just say that decisions are being emailed as they are made. Not very helpful.

They just say that decisions are being emailed as they are made. Not very helpful.
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Rotunda

:(

:(
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