NYU LLM Applications 2021-2022


BK19091997

I have a question for the recent admits. What was the LSAC assessment of your GPA? I'm assuming the majority are superior here but I'd like to know if an above average got in as well! Thanks. 


How/where do you check the LSAC assessment?

[quote]I have a question for the recent admits. What was the LSAC assessment of your GPA? I'm assuming the majority are superior here but I'd like to know if an above average got in as well! Thanks.&nbsp; [/quote]<br><br>How/where do you check the LSAC assessment?
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You can see it in the law school reports portal of your LSAC llm account. 


[Edited by riddledbasinsofattraction on Jan 27, 2021]

<br>You can see it in the law school reports portal of your LSAC llm account.&nbsp;<br><br><br>
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derekk


You can see it in the law school reports portal of your LSAC llm account. 

I can't see much information within the law school reports. It just has a background heading and address heading?

[quote]<br>You can see it in the law school reports portal of your LSAC llm account.&nbsp;<br><br>I can't see much information within the law school reports. It just has a background heading and address heading?<br> [/quote]
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Applicantf...


You can see it in the law school reports portal of your LSAC llm account. 

I can't see much information within the law school reports. It just has a background heading and address heading?


This is what reports state: "AACRAO evaluators enter Superior for A-level work, Above Average for B-level work, Average for C-level work, and Below Average for D and below-level work."

To understand this, you can check here: https://www.lsac.org/applying-law-school/jd-application-process/jd-application-requirements/academic-record, and compare with the indigenous scale of your grades.




[Edited by ApplicantfromParaguay on Jan 27, 2021]

[quote][quote]<br>You can see it in the law school reports portal of your LSAC llm account.&nbsp;<br><br>I can't see much information within the law school reports. It just has a background heading and address heading?<br> [/quote] [/quote]<br><br>This is what reports state: "AACRAO evaluators enter Superior for A-level work, Above Average for B-level work, Average for C-level work, and Below Average for D and below-level work."<br><br><div>To understand this, you can check here: https://www.lsac.org/applying-law-school/jd-application-process/jd-application-requirements/academic-record, and compare with the indigenous scale of your grades.<br>
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vhercos

Please click on "Law School Report" in the first page of your Lsac account. Than, in the right side, click on "
International Transcript Evaluation". It will open the report and you can check the Lsac assessment in the 
item "Quality of academic record for this institution". 

 





You can see it in the law school reports portal of your LSAC llm account. 

I can't see much information within the law school reports. It just has a background heading and address heading?





Please click on "Law School Report" in the first page of your Lsac account. Than, in the right side, click on "
International Transcript Evaluation". It will open the report and you can check the Lsac assessment in the&nbsp;
item "Quality of academic record for this institution".&nbsp;<br><br>&nbsp;<div>
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</div><div><br><br>[quote][quote]<br>You can see it in the law school reports portal of your LSAC llm account.&nbsp;<br><br>I can't see much information within the law school reports. It just has a background heading and address heading?<br> [/quote] [/quote]<br><br><br><br><br></div></div>
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Hi! 

Those who have been accepted can you please mention where was your first law degree?

I noticed that many of the admitted are from Austria, Brazil, Canada and Croatia. I just want to see if there's a pattern there with alphabetic order from first law degree!

Sorry if I sound a little cray-cray, I just can't unseen it now! jajaja

Thanks!

Hi!&nbsp;
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</div><div>Those who have been accepted can you please mention where was your first law degree?
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</div><div>I noticed that many of the admitted are from Austria, Brazil, Canada and Croatia. I just want to see if there's a pattern there with alphabetic order from first law degree!
</div><div>
</div><div>Sorry if I sound a little cray-cray, I just can't unseen it now! jajaja
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</div><div>Thanks!</div>
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Hi! 

Those who have been accepted can you please mention where was your first law degree?

I noticed that many of the admitted are from Austria, Brazil, Canada and Croatia. I just want to see if there's a pattern there with alphabetic order from first law degree!

Sorry if I sound a little cray-cray, I just can't unseen it now! jajaja

Thanks!


That's an astute observation. It'd be really useful if someone who is admitted (and not from those countries) chimed in. 

[quote]Hi!&nbsp;
<div>
</div><div>Those who have been accepted can you please mention where was your first law degree?
</div><div>
</div><div>I noticed that many of the admitted are from Austria, Brazil, Canada and Croatia. I just want to see if there's a pattern there with alphabetic order from first law degree!
</div><div>
</div><div>Sorry if I sound a little cray-cray, I just can't unseen it now! jajaja
</div><div>
</div><div>Thanks!</div> [/quote]<br><br>That's an astute observation. It'd be really useful if someone who is admitted (and not from those countries) chimed in.&nbsp;
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I just checked last year's thread and it seems to be true! Everyone who is admitted in the first weeks are from either Australia, Colombia, Brazil, Chile etc. 

I just checked last year's thread and it seems to be true! Everyone who is admitted in the first weeks are from either Australia, Colombia, Brazil, Chile etc.&nbsp;
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Minion

I am from Belgium and my application is still under review .. I think the ones who got admitted the first week are the ones they really want. 

I am from Belgium and my application is still under review .. I think the ones who got admitted the first week are the ones they really want.&nbsp;
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YAAS! I was so nervous to post this theory haha I created a fake email for this haha

So, last year, 4 people from my country were admitted the same day, they all have the different profile, GPA and applied on different dates...

Can the other admitted ones mentioned what country was your first law degree? 

[Edited by Applicant21-22 on Jan 28, 2021]

YAAS! I was so nervous to post this theory haha I created a fake email for this haha<br><br>So, last year, 4 people from my country were admitted the same day, they all have the different profile, GPA and applied on different dates...<br><br>Can the other admitted ones mentioned what country was your first law degree?&nbsp;<br>
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Isap

Has anyone got an offer to the International Tax program? 

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Has anyone got an offer to the International Tax program?&nbsp;<br><br>
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ijac25

I just checked last year's thread and it seems to be true! Everyone who is admitted in the first weeks are from either Australia, Colombia, Brazil, Chile etc. 


I was admitted early this week and I am from Venezuela! The other end of the alphabet

[quote]I just checked last year's thread and it seems to be true! Everyone who is admitted in the first weeks are from either Australia, Colombia, Brazil, Chile etc.&nbsp; [/quote]<br><br>I was admitted early this week and I am from Venezuela! The other end of the alphabet
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TP9999

Hello. Is there any update on Traditional LLM status??

Any acceptance yet?

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Hello. Is there any update on Traditional LLM status??<br><br>Any acceptance yet?
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Blaze

Congratulations on everyone's acceptance!

Has anyone heard anything regarding the domestic tax LL.M. program? 

Thanks! 

Congratulations on everyone's acceptance!<br><br>Has anyone heard anything regarding the domestic tax LL.M. program?&nbsp;<br><br>Thanks!&nbsp;
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anarchist

Anyone from India got accepted?

Anyone from India got accepted?
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ClausulaRe...

I am from Belgium and my application is still under review .. I think the ones who got admitted the first week are the ones they really want. 


That is definitely not the case. Last year's Hauser Scholars were not admitted in the first wave. And I guess that it's fair to say that these are the students they really want to enroll at NYU, given that they receive a full tuition fee waiver.

[quote]I am from Belgium and my application is still under review .. I think the ones who got admitted the first week are the ones they really want.&nbsp; [/quote]<br><br>That is definitely not the case. Last year's Hauser Scholars were not admitted in the first wave. And I guess that it's fair to say that these are the students they really want to enroll at NYU, given that they receive a full tuition fee waiver.
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hazely

Does anyone know whether NYU gives out scholarship decisions at the same time the admission decisions are notified to each candidate? I got admitted this week without any mention of financial aids...

Does anyone know whether NYU gives out&nbsp;scholarship decisions at the same time the admission decisions are notified to each candidate? I got admitted this week without any mention of financial aids...
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Minion

I am from Belgium and my application is still under review .. I think the ones who got admitted the first week are the ones they really want. 


That is definitely not the case. Last year's Hauser Scholars were not admitted in the first wave. And I guess that it's fair to say that these are the students they really want to enroll at NYU, given that they receive a full tuition fee waiver.


Oh my apologies, I made a wrong assumption. Was a separate application necessary for the scholarship you talk about?

[quote][quote]I am from Belgium and my application is still under review .. I think the ones who got admitted the first week are the ones they really want.&nbsp; [/quote]<br><br>That is definitely not the case. Last year's Hauser Scholars were not admitted in the first wave. And I guess that it's fair to say that these are the students they really want to enroll at NYU, given that they receive a full tuition fee waiver. [/quote]<br><br>Oh my apologies, I made a wrong assumption. Was a separate application necessary for the scholarship you talk about?
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kitefly017

Anyone from India got accepted?


No, I am from India and my application is showing under review as the status

[quote]Anyone from India got accepted? [/quote]<br><br>No, I am from India and my application is showing under review as the status
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TP9999

Anyone from India got accepted?


No, I am from India and my application is showing under review as the status



Hey can you please clarify, where exactly "under review" is mentioned in status?

I am also from India and my applicant status only shows 'Thankyou for your application". And in the Application Status, only Term, Year, Degree and PROGRAM Type is mentioned. I am really concerned.

[quote][quote]Anyone from India got accepted? [/quote]<br><br>No, I am from India and my application is showing under review as the status [/quote]<br><br><br>Hey can you please clarify, where exactly "under review" is mentioned in status?<br><br>I am also from India and my applicant status only shows 'Thankyou for your application". And in the Application Status, only Term, Year, Degree and PROGRAM Type is mentioned. I am really concerned.
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