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doremi123
I sent an e-mail to NYU and they replied me today, as follows: "Your application was competed on XXX, and is currently under review by the Committee on Graduate Admissions. At this point, we advise that you continue to check your email as you wait to receive a decision on your admission. Decisions will be released to applicants between March and June 2011".


seriously, for real? until JUNE??? how is that enough time for preparation for those lucky enough to get admitted? foreign apps that is,..
<blockquote>I sent an e-mail to NYU and they replied me today, as follows: "Your application was competed on XXX, and is currently under review by the Committee on Graduate Admissions. At this point, we advise that you continue to check your email as you wait to receive a decision on your admission. Decisions will be released to applicants between March and June 2011".</blockquote>

seriously, for real? until JUNE??? how is that enough time for preparation for those lucky enough to get admitted? foreign apps that is,..
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Borderline
I sent an e-mail to NYU and they replied me today, as follows: "Your application was competed on XXX, and is currently under review by the Committee on Graduate Admissions. At this point, we advise that you continue to check your email as you wait to receive a decision on your admission. Decisions will be released to applicants between March and June 2011".


seriously, for real? until JUNE??? how is that enough time for preparation for those lucky enough to get admitted? foreign apps that is,..


I bet June is for those waitlisted.

It's a really unlikely and unpleasant scenario finding out so late. Not only to find a place to live, but to work through all the visa requirements...!
<blockquote><blockquote>I sent an e-mail to NYU and they replied me today, as follows: "Your application was competed on XXX, and is currently under review by the Committee on Graduate Admissions. At this point, we advise that you continue to check your email as you wait to receive a decision on your admission. Decisions will be released to applicants between March and June 2011".</blockquote>

seriously, for real? until JUNE??? how is that enough time for preparation for those lucky enough to get admitted? foreign apps that is,..</blockquote>

I bet June is for those waitlisted.

It's a really unlikely and unpleasant scenario finding out so late. Not only to find a place to live, but to work through all the visa requirements...!
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doremi123
I sent an e-mail to NYU and they replied me today, as follows: "Your application was competed on XXX, and is currently under review by the Committee on Graduate Admissions. At this point, we advise that you continue to check your email as you wait to receive a decision on your admission. Decisions will be released to applicants between March and June 2011".


seriously, for real? until JUNE??? how is that enough time for preparation for those lucky enough to get admitted? foreign apps that is,..


I bet June is for those waitlisted.

It's a really unlikely and unpleasant scenario finding out so late. Not only to find a place to live, but to work through all the visa requirements...!


hear hear!!
I so hate this waiting. it's killing me and distracting me from practically everything aaargghhh >:(
<blockquote><blockquote><blockquote>I sent an e-mail to NYU and they replied me today, as follows: "Your application was competed on XXX, and is currently under review by the Committee on Graduate Admissions. At this point, we advise that you continue to check your email as you wait to receive a decision on your admission. Decisions will be released to applicants between March and June 2011".</blockquote>

seriously, for real? until JUNE??? how is that enough time for preparation for those lucky enough to get admitted? foreign apps that is,..</blockquote>

I bet June is for those waitlisted.

It's a really unlikely and unpleasant scenario finding out so late. Not only to find a place to live, but to work through all the visa requirements...!</blockquote>

hear hear!!
I so hate this waiting. it's killing me and distracting me from practically everything aaargghhh >:(
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Borderline
Don't tell me about it...basically, if I don't graduate it will be NYU's fault. But it's a catch-22, if I don't graduate, even if NYU eventually accepts me, I wouldn't be able to attend!
Don't tell me about it...basically, if I don't graduate it will be NYU's fault. But it's a catch-22, if I don't graduate, even if NYU eventually accepts me, I wouldn't be able to attend!
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doremi123
Don't tell me about it...basically, if I don't graduate it will be NYU's fault. But it's a catch-22, if I don't graduate, even if NYU eventually accepts me, I wouldn't be able to attend!


oh,..that's no good..so that must mean you're in your last year of lawschool Borderline? is NYU your first choice?
<blockquote>Don't tell me about it...basically, if I don't graduate it will be NYU's fault. But it's a catch-22, if I don't graduate, even if NYU eventually accepts me, I wouldn't be able to attend! </blockquote>

oh,..that's no good..so that must mean you're in your last year of lawschool Borderline? is NYU your first choice?
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Borderline
Yess, fifth and last year!

I got in UPenn, waitlisted Berkeley, still waiting for NYU and Fordham (I asked to enquire about the status of my application and I got a brusque, yet standard, reply).

My first choice would depend on any kind of financial assistance. Otherwise, torn between NYU and UPenn.

You?
Yess, fifth and last year!

I got in UPenn, waitlisted Berkeley, still waiting for NYU and Fordham (I asked to enquire about the status of my application and I got a brusque, yet standard, reply).

My first choice would depend on any kind of financial assistance. Otherwise, torn between NYU and UPenn.

You?
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doremi123
Yess, fifth and last year!

I got in UPenn, waitlisted Berkeley, still waiting for NYU and Fordham (I asked to enquire about the status of my application and I got a brusque, yet standard, reply).

My first choice would depend on any kind of financial assistance. Otherwise, torn between NYU and UPenn.

You?



whoa congratulations on UPenn! that's a great school :)
I've graduated, worked for two years and a little bit now... NYU is my first choice, yes...I hear there's no program better for arbitration than the one in NYU :(
<blockquote>Yess, fifth and last year!

I got in UPenn, waitlisted Berkeley, still waiting for NYU and Fordham (I asked to enquire about the status of my application and I got a brusque, yet standard, reply).

My first choice would depend on any kind of financial assistance. Otherwise, torn between NYU and UPenn.

You?</blockquote>


whoa congratulations on UPenn! that's a great school :)
I've graduated, worked for two years and a little bit now... NYU is my first choice, yes...I hear there's no program better for arbitration than the one in NYU :(
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Borderline
Their arbitration program is amazing. Although I am now participating in the Willem C. Vis moot, my true love is corporate law, that is why I am so torn between UPenn and, eventually/if they want me, NYU.

My true handicap, I believe, is that I have only internships as work experience. Having such a big gap in comparison with the other candidates worries me.

Where else did you apply?
Their arbitration program is amazing. Although I am now participating in the Willem C. Vis moot, my true love is corporate law, that is why I am so torn between UPenn and, eventually/if they want me, NYU.

My true handicap, I believe, is that I have only internships as work experience. Having such a big gap in comparison with the other candidates worries me.

Where else did you apply?
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doremi123
Their arbitration program is amazing. Although I am now participating in the Willem C. Vis moot, my true love is corporate law, that is why I am so torn between UPenn and, eventually/if they want me, NYU.

My true handicap, I believe, is that I have only internships as work experience. Having such a big gap in comparison with the other candidates worries me.

Where else did you apply?


ah, the Vis..the one in Vienna or Hong Kong? this year's problem is interesting don't you think? I was judging the memos for the one in Hong Kong. also applied to Harv and Columbia.. hmm I think it depends on the particular experience you gained during the internships itself and how well you portray that in your applications so have faith there :) also, I think there are several others who also don't have any work experience?
<blockquote>Their arbitration program is amazing. Although I am now participating in the Willem C. Vis moot, my true love is corporate law, that is why I am so torn between UPenn and, eventually/if they want me, NYU.

My true handicap, I believe, is that I have only internships as work experience. Having such a big gap in comparison with the other candidates worries me.

Where else did you apply?</blockquote>

ah, the Vis..the one in Vienna or Hong Kong? this year's problem is interesting don't you think? I was judging the memos for the one in Hong Kong. also applied to Harv and Columbia.. hmm I think it depends on the particular experience you gained during the internships itself and how well you portray that in your applications so have faith there :) also, I think there are several others who also don't have any work experience?
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Borderline
Vienna. I was lobbying to go to Hong Kong, but apparently our dean and coaches wouldn't allow it.
"Interesting" is the only polite way I can describe this year's problem. :P

There are several others. The general advice for us was to avoid certain schools (Stanford, Columbia, Northwestern), which require work experience as policy.
I am lucky enough to have peculiar and diverse internships, hopefully, I have explained enough how much I had worked though the years.
Vienna. I was lobbying to go to Hong Kong, but apparently our dean and coaches wouldn't allow it.
"Interesting" is the only polite way I can describe this year's problem. :P

There are several others. The general advice for us was to avoid certain schools (Stanford, Columbia, Northwestern), which require work experience as policy.
I am lucky enough to have peculiar and diverse internships, hopefully, I have explained enough how much I had worked though the years.
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doremi123
Vienna. I was lobbying to go to Hong Kong, but apparently our dean and coaches wouldn't allow it.
"Interesting" is the only polite way I can describe this year's problem. :P

There are several others. The general advice for us was to avoid certain schools (Stanford, Columbia, Northwestern), which require work experience as policy.
I am lucky enough to have peculiar and diverse internships, hopefully, I have explained enough how much I had worked though the years.


hahahah, nice way of putting it :D interesting indeed.
yes, avoiding those schools is a good strategy... but I don't think you'd have any problem actually...your credentials are great!
why do you want to apply for a master's straight after graduation though, if you don't mind me asking?
<blockquote>Vienna. I was lobbying to go to Hong Kong, but apparently our dean and coaches wouldn't allow it.
"Interesting" is the only polite way I can describe this year's problem. :P

There are several others. The general advice for us was to avoid certain schools (Stanford, Columbia, Northwestern), which require work experience as policy.
I am lucky enough to have peculiar and diverse internships, hopefully, I have explained enough how much I had worked though the years.</blockquote>

hahahah, nice way of putting it :D interesting indeed.
yes, avoiding those schools is a good strategy... but I don't think you'd have any problem actually...your credentials are great!
why do you want to apply for a master's straight after graduation though, if you don't mind me asking?
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Has anyone heard from NYU today?
Has anyone heard from NYU today?
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AW
Has anyone heard from NYU today?


Seems not but at least they are working during the spring break.
<blockquote>Has anyone heard from NYU today?</blockquote>

Seems not but at least they are working during the spring break.
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Ah, thanks. I really hope that they continue to send out notifications this week. The waiting is getting dreadful.
Ah, thanks. I really hope that they continue to send out notifications this week. The waiting is getting dreadful.
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lamaga
I sent an e-mail to NYU and they replied me today, as follows: "Your application was competed on XXX, and is currently under review by the Committee on Graduate Admissions. At this point, we advise that you continue to check your email as you wait to receive a decision on your admission. Decisions will be released to applicants between March and June 2011".


Hi! When did you send the email? I sent one in friday (addressed to Maureen Ovalles) and no response... I'm about to assume that something is wrong with my application
<blockquote>I sent an e-mail to NYU and they replied me today, as follows: "Your application was competed on XXX, and is currently under review by the Committee on Graduate Admissions. At this point, we advise that you continue to check your email as you wait to receive a decision on your admission. Decisions will be released to applicants between March and June 2011".</blockquote>

Hi! When did you send the email? I sent one in friday (addressed to Maureen Ovalles) and no response... I'm about to assume that something is wrong with my application
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spcity
I sent an e-mail to NYU and they replied me today, as follows: "Your application was competed on XXX, and is currently under review by the Committee on Graduate Admissions. At this point, we advise that you continue to check your email as you wait to receive a decision on your admission. Decisions will be released to applicants between March and June 2011".


Hi! When did you send the email? I sent one in friday (addressed to Maureen Ovalles) and no response... I'm about to assume that something is wrong with my application


I sent it on Friday (but addressed to the general e-mail) and received a reply today. Did you receive the e-mail from Maureen saying that your application is complete ? If so, your situation might be the same as mine: your application is with the Graduate Committe.
<blockquote><blockquote>I sent an e-mail to NYU and they replied me today, as follows: "Your application was competed on XXX, and is currently under review by the Committee on Graduate Admissions. At this point, we advise that you continue to check your email as you wait to receive a decision on your admission. Decisions will be released to applicants between March and June 2011".</blockquote>

Hi! When did you send the email? I sent one in friday (addressed to Maureen Ovalles) and no response... I'm about to assume that something is wrong with my application
</blockquote>

I sent it on Friday (but addressed to the general e-mail) and received a reply today. Did you receive the e-mail from Maureen saying that your application is complete ? If so, your situation might be the same as mine: your application is with the Graduate Committe.
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Borderline
So...no admissions yet today?

Either spring break or ... most people from this thread have already been admitted?
So...no admissions yet today?

Either spring break or ... most people from this thread have already been admitted?
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lamaga
I sent an e-mail to NYU and they replied me today, as follows: "Your application was competed on XXX, and is currently under review by the Committee on Graduate Admissions. At this point, we advise that you continue to check your email as you wait to receive a decision on your admission. Decisions will be released to applicants between March and June 2011".


Yes, my application was complete a long time ago... Maureen aked me for my fall grades and that's the last thing I knew about NYU

Hi! When did you send the email? I sent one in friday (addressed to Maureen Ovalles) and no response... I'm about to assume that something is wrong with my application


I sent it on Friday (but addressed to the general e-mail) and received a reply today. Did you receive the e-mail from Maureen saying that your application is complete ? If so, your situation might be the same as mine: your application is with the Graduate Committe.
<blockquote><blockquote><blockquote>I sent an e-mail to NYU and they replied me today, as follows: "Your application was competed on XXX, and is currently under review by the Committee on Graduate Admissions. At this point, we advise that you continue to check your email as you wait to receive a decision on your admission. Decisions will be released to applicants between March and June 2011".</blockquote>

Yes, my application was complete a long time ago... Maureen aked me for my fall grades and that's the last thing I knew about NYU

Hi! When did you send the email? I sent one in friday (addressed to Maureen Ovalles) and no response... I'm about to assume that something is wrong with my application
</blockquote>

I sent it on Friday (but addressed to the general e-mail) and received a reply today. Did you receive the e-mail from Maureen saying that your application is complete ? If so, your situation might be the same as mine: your application is with the Graduate Committe.</blockquote>
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Borderline
Thanks!
My hypothesis was that although Maureen Ovalles is working, the Graduate Committee might not be meeting today.
Thanks!
My hypothesis was that although Maureen Ovalles is working, the Graduate Committee might not be meeting today.
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Jetlag
I m in!!!
I m in!!!
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