NYU LLM 2018-2019 Applicants


tax415
I received an acceptance to the tax llm program today. I wasn't waitlisted or anything. First time I received an email from NYU.
I received an acceptance to the tax llm program today. I wasn't waitlisted or anything. First time I received an email from NYU.
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I received an acceptance to the tax llm program today. I wasn't waitlisted or anything. First time I received an email from NYU.


Congrats. Im still waiting to hear back from the Tax program. No waitlist or any other communication received. Did they give a deadline to accept?

Edit: I was waitlisted today.

[Edited by NwBtgZiDKsDs8 on Jun 07, 2018]

[quote]I received an acceptance to the tax llm program today. I wasn't waitlisted or anything. First time I received an email from NYU.
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Congrats. Im still waiting to hear back from the Tax program. No waitlist or any other communication received. Did they give a deadline to accept?

Edit: I was waitlisted today.
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annasun
I received an acceptance to the tax llm program today. I wasn't waitlisted or anything. First time I received an email from NYU.


Congrats. Im still waiting to hear back from the Tax program. No waitlist or any other communication received. Did they give a deadline to accept?

Edit: I was waitlisted today.


Congrats to both of you! It's weird bc tax admissions seem to be "delayed" compared to other areas of study. I applied for the Corporation Law program and got waitlisted by May 8th (and I thought that was super late!).
[quote][quote]I received an acceptance to the tax llm program today. I wasn't waitlisted or anything. First time I received an email from NYU.
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Congrats. Im still waiting to hear back from the Tax program. No waitlist or any other communication received. Did they give a deadline to accept?

Edit: I was waitlisted today.[/quote]

Congrats to both of you! It's weird bc tax admissions seem to be "delayed" compared to other areas of study. I applied for the Corporation Law program and got waitlisted by May 8th (and I thought that was super late!).
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tax415
I received an acceptance to the tax llm program today. I wasn't waitlisted or anything. First time I received an email from NYU.


Congrats. Im still waiting to hear back from the Tax program. No waitlist or any other communication received. Did they give a deadline to accept?

Edit: I was waitlisted today.


June 20th is the deadline to accept.
[quote][quote]I received an acceptance to the tax llm program today. I wasn't waitlisted or anything. First time I received an email from NYU.
[/quote]

Congrats. Im still waiting to hear back from the Tax program. No waitlist or any other communication received. Did they give a deadline to accept?

Edit: I was waitlisted today.[/quote]

June 20th is the deadline to accept.
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annasun
Hey everyone, I just got an e-mail from NYU and did not get accepted to the Corporation Law program. Best of luck!
Hey everyone, I just got an e-mail from NYU and did not get accepted to the Corporation Law program. Best of luck!
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s.j
I was on waitlist for traditional LLM programme. I just received an email that I didnt get through. Good luck everyone.
I was on waitlist for traditional LLM programme. I just received an email that I didnt get through. Good luck everyone.
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Bsoc
Applied, but rejected due to my own mistake. The email of rejection came out on May, it said that they have to reject my application due to two TOEFL scores that I deposited to LSAC. While my first TOEFL score passed all of their minimum requirement, my second TOEFL score did not. Whereas I did remember I requested LSAC to only send the first TOEFL score, but I think by default LSAC sent out those two.

Wondering, if I applied for 2019 - 2020 with better TOEFL score, will the remaining TOEFL scores (because LSAC won't omit any of the deposited TOEFL score, and definitely will send three TOEFL score to NYU) will impact my chance to get admitted? or is it better for me to create a new LSAC account so I will have clean record on my LSAC?

I have no idea where to get opinion on this, hopefully anyone here may able to give me an idea for the next step. Thanks!
Applied, but rejected due to my own mistake. The email of rejection came out on May, it said that they have to reject my application due to two TOEFL scores that I deposited to LSAC. While my first TOEFL score passed all of their minimum requirement, my second TOEFL score did not. Whereas I did remember I requested LSAC to only send the first TOEFL score, but I think by default LSAC sent out those two.

Wondering, if I applied for 2019 - 2020 with better TOEFL score, will the remaining TOEFL scores (because LSAC won't omit any of the deposited TOEFL score, and definitely will send three TOEFL score to NYU) will impact my chance to get admitted? or is it better for me to create a new LSAC account so I will have clean record on my LSAC?

I have no idea where to get opinion on this, hopefully anyone here may able to give me an idea for the next step. Thanks!
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Anybody get any news this week?
Anybody get any news this week?
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AHLaw
Has anyone received a decision on the part-time executive tax llm?
Has anyone received a decision on the part-time executive tax llm?
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bleuchoco
Also waiting for a decision on the part-time executive Tax LLM. Has anyone heard back recently?
Also waiting for a decision on the part-time executive Tax LLM. Has anyone heard back recently?
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No update here for full time tax LLM. Last communication was waitlist on June 7.
No update here for full time tax LLM. Last communication was waitlist on June 7.
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Is there a facebook group for students admitted to the Tax LLM program? If anyone is interested in making/joining a group, please message me.
Is there a facebook group for students admitted to the Tax LLM program? If anyone is interested in making/joining a group, please message me.
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To future applicants, don't despair if you don't immediately hear back or get waitlisted. I applied late in the cycle, in March. I didn't hear back until early June (waitlisted) and was only accepted in the last week of July. I know that has been the case with other applicants in previous years.
To future applicants, don't despair if you don't immediately hear back or get waitlisted. I applied late in the cycle, in March. I didn't hear back until early June (waitlisted) and was only accepted in the last week of July. I know that has been the case with other applicants in previous years.
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chicken so...
Crazy they were still working through the waitlist in late July! In any case, congratulations.
Crazy they were still working through the waitlist in late July! In any case, congratulations.
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