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Goodstar

I think the point is that we didn't necessarily supply our materials before the december 1st deadline but in any event our applications were complete and under review around the same time as those who received their decisions in early March last year. This indicates that we will also get a decision at the same time.

Like I said its just speculation.

I think the point is that we didn't necessarily supply our materials before the december 1st deadline but in any event our applications were complete and under review around the same time as those who received their decisions in early March last year. This indicates that we will also get a decision at the same time.

Like I said its just speculation.
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Borderline

Hopefully that will be our case. I am sure that they've had ample time to review our application, alongside with the other candidates.

Hopefully that will be our case. I am sure that they've had ample time to review our application, alongside with the other candidates.
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633SP

Guys, speculation is pointless at this time and only causes stress. They will release the admissions letters as soon as they complete the reviewing process and this is an uncertain event. NYU has more than 1,000 applicants, so you can guess the amount of reading they must do in 2-3 months.

I've read in previous posts that some people tryied to log in into the admitted students website and scored a slam dunk before receiving any formal notice from NYU. This's happened in some other schools as well (e.g. GULC).

So, in order to calm your nerves, I would stick to this and see what happens: https://its.law.nyu.edu/admitted/login/login.cfm?SSURLTYPE=1&NODEID=4577&STELLENT_QS=IdcService%3DSS_GET_PAGE&SITEID=nyu_law_website&SITERELATIVEURL=%2Fllmjsd%2Fgraduateadmissions%2Fadmittedlogin%2Findex.htm&RETURNSERVER=www.law.nyu.edu&APPNAME=admitted_llm&dest=/stellent/authenticate/index.cfm

Good luck to us all!

Guys, speculation is pointless at this time and only causes stress. They will release the admissions letters as soon as they complete the reviewing process and this is an uncertain event. NYU has more than 1,000 applicants, so you can guess the amount of reading they must do in 2-3 months.

I've read in previous posts that some people tryied to log in into the admitted students website and scored a slam dunk before receiving any formal notice from NYU. This's happened in some other schools as well (e.g. GULC).

So, in order to calm your nerves, I would stick to this and see what happens: https://its.law.nyu.edu/admitted/login/login.cfm?SSURLTYPE=1&NODEID=4577&STELLENT_QS=IdcService%3DSS_GET_PAGE&SITEID=nyu_law_website&SITERELATIVEURL=%2Fllmjsd%2Fgraduateadmissions%2Fadmittedlogin%2Findex.htm&RETURNSERVER=www.law.nyu.edu&APPNAME=admitted_llm&dest=/stellent/authenticate/index.cfm

Good luck to us all!
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AW

Guys, speculation is pointless at this time and only causes stress. They will release the admissions letters as soon as they complete the reviewing process and this is an uncertain event. NYU has more than 1,000 applicants, so you can guess the amount of reading they must do in 2-3 months.

I've read in previous posts that some people tryied to log in into the admitted students website and scored a slam dunk before receiving any formal notice from NYU. This's happened in some other schools as well (e.g. GULC).

So, in order to calm your nerves, I would stick to this and see what happens: https://its.law.nyu.edu/admitted/login/login.cfm?SSURLTYPE=1&NODEID=4577&STELLENT_QS=IdcService%3DSS_GET_PAGE&SITEID=nyu_law_website&SITERELATIVEURL=%2Fllmjsd%2Fgraduateadmissions%2Fadmittedlogin%2Findex.htm&RETURNSERVER=www.law.nyu.edu&APPNAME=admitted_llm&dest=/stellent/authenticate/index.cfm

Good luck to us all!


A nice try but it would definitely raise one's already high enough stress level if he could not log in...

<blockquote>Guys, speculation is pointless at this time and only causes stress. They will release the admissions letters as soon as they complete the reviewing process and this is an uncertain event. NYU has more than 1,000 applicants, so you can guess the amount of reading they must do in 2-3 months.

I've read in previous posts that some people tryied to log in into the admitted students website and scored a slam dunk before receiving any formal notice from NYU. This's happened in some other schools as well (e.g. GULC).

So, in order to calm your nerves, I would stick to this and see what happens: https://its.law.nyu.edu/admitted/login/login.cfm?SSURLTYPE=1&NODEID=4577&STELLENT_QS=IdcService%3DSS_GET_PAGE&SITEID=nyu_law_website&SITERELATIVEURL=%2Fllmjsd%2Fgraduateadmissions%2Fadmittedlogin%2Findex.htm&RETURNSERVER=www.law.nyu.edu&APPNAME=admitted_llm&dest=/stellent/authenticate/index.cfm

Good luck to us all!</blockquote>

A nice try but it would definitely raise one's already high enough stress level if he could not log in...
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juandalva

I am really anxious about the acceptance to NYU. I already have an admission to Columbia, and actually I prefer Columbia than NYU. However it is difficult to make a decision without knowing what is going on with the other universities. I hope that this stress will finish soon. I also applied to Stanford, Harvard, Berkeley and Yale.

Any comment in order to take the best decision. I am concentrating my LLM in environmental law.

I am really anxious about the acceptance to NYU. I already have an admission to Columbia, and actually I prefer Columbia than NYU. However it is difficult to make a decision without knowing what is going on with the other universities. I hope that this stress will finish soon. I also applied to Stanford, Harvard, Berkeley and Yale.

Any comment in order to take the best decision. I am concentrating my LLM in environmental law.
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Lawyerarg

Any news so far??

Any news so far??
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Goodstar

So I called NYU to ask when we are to expect decisions. The lady said end of March/Beginning of April. Go figure!

So I called NYU to ask when we are to expect decisions. The lady said end of March/Beginning of April. Go figure!
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LLMgirl123

I have just called as well - and got the same message: late March to early April.

But that means it will be LATER than the other universities (Harvard, Columbia, GULC etc) - which surely can't be right, given the fact that they released decisions in early March last year?

I have just called as well - and got the same message: late March to early April.

But that means it will be LATER than the other universities (Harvard, Columbia, GULC etc) - which surely can't be right, given the fact that they released decisions in early March last year?
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Borderline

Serioulsy? But did they say that ALL decisions would be sent then or that the process will be concluded by then?
Because if the intel of this thread is correct, based on last year's dates, the lucky ones that got the scholarships would be notified first, around this week.

Serioulsy? But did they say that ALL decisions would be sent then or that the process will be concluded by then?
Because if the intel of this thread is correct, based on last year's dates, the lucky ones that got the scholarships would be notified first, around this week.
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LLMgirl123

I even asked about the scholarships and they kept insisting on late March/early April. But somehow I think that can't be right!

I even asked about the scholarships and they kept insisting on late March/early April. But somehow I think that can't be right!
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Borderline

I agree with you. I somehow feel they are being overly cautious with the dates in order not to get our hopes up.

I agree with you. I somehow feel they are being overly cautious with the dates in order not to get our hopes up.
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dbk

On NYU's website, it's written from "early to mid March". Last year, decisions started being released on March 1st/March 2nd...

NYU's strategy is to give scolarships very early, with something like a week to accept. If you accept the scolarship, NYU requires you to withdraw all your others applications (thus, before the results from Yale, Harvard, partly Stanford and Columbia)... Coz NYU wants to attract the best students with big money. If NYU were to give answers in late March, this strategy would be useless.

On NYU's website, it's written from "early to mid March". Last year, decisions started being released on March 1st/March 2nd...

NYU's strategy is to give scolarships very early, with something like a week to accept. If you accept the scolarship, NYU requires you to withdraw all your others applications (thus, before the results from Yale, Harvard, partly Stanford and Columbia)... Coz NYU wants to attract the best students with big money. If NYU were to give answers in late March, this strategy would be useless.
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JaneJane

I applied, but haven't heard anything yet :(................. :(

I applied, but haven't heard anything yet :(................. :(
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AW

I applied, but haven't heard anything yet :(................. :(

Its going to be another long stressful week.

<blockquote>I applied, but haven't heard anything yet :(................. :(</blockquote>
Its going to be another long stressful week.
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SAMSA

In one of my communication with NYU, I was told that "LL.M. applicants who meet the December 1st deadline will be notified of the Committee on Graduate Admissions decision in late-March to early-April." so lets have fun for the next couple of weeks

In one of my communication with NYU, I was told that "LL.M. applicants who meet the December 1st deadline will be notified of the Committee on Graduate Admissions’ decision in late-March to early-April." so lets have fun for the next couple of weeks
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LLMgirl123

Yes I know, they are saying that to everyone...

Yes I know, they are saying that to everyone...

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juandalva

I do not this year. I have a friend whom last year was admitted in the first week of march. He applied to the traditional LLM so I hope that will can have news pretty soon.

Best for everyone... it is good to have an space to realize all this tension about the admission

I do not this year. I have a friend whom last year was admitted in the first week of march. He applied to the traditional LLM so I hope that will can have news pretty soon.

Best for everyone... it is good to have an space to realize all this tension about the admission
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633SP

I have a friend that's been admitted yesterday for the Corporate LLM Program at NYU. We should start hearing at anytime.

I have a friend that's been admitted yesterday for the Corporate LLM Program at NYU. We should start hearing at anytime.
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AW

I have a friend that's been admitted yesterday for the Corporate LLM Program at NYU. We should start hearing at anytime.


Really?!? Does he receive any scholarship?!

<blockquote>I have a friend that's been admitted yesterday for the Corporate LLM Program at NYU. We should start hearing at anytime.</blockquote>

Really?!? Does he receive any scholarship?!
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Borderline

Oh dear, that's the same program I applied to.
For every email received after 3pm (Europe time) I get anxious.

Oh dear, that's the same program I applied to.
For every email received after 3pm (Europe time) I get anxious.
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