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klaw22
Just got a noncomittal form answer back. Sigh.
Just got a noncomittal form answer back. Sigh.
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jrob
No they just send me the basic rejection letter. I am guessing probably my toelf score of 101 (with 22 on the reading section) was an important part.
No they just send me the basic rejection letter. I am guessing probably my toelf score of 101 (with 22 on the reading section) was an important part.
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suso12
Just got a noncomittal form answer back. Sigh.


What's the purpose?
<blockquote>Just got a noncomittal form answer back. Sigh. </blockquote>

What's the purpose?
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s-india
I was rejected too and the reason given was that my TOEFL score didn't meet the NYU's requirements.

"The Committee has asked me to inform you that they were impressed with your academic credentials but found your TOEFL total score and/or at least one of your subsection scores below that considered necessary for admission to the Graduate Division.
If you take the TOEFL examination again and improve your score to our minimum requirements, we invite you to reapply.
We appreciate your interest in NYU School of Law and hope to receive an application from you in the future."

I wonder whether every rejected applicant have got the same encouragement to re-apply. Please kindly share yours. It will help me a lot in self-evaluating. Thanks and wish you guys the best:)


@ Minnie

I got this rejection letter-

The Committee on Graduate Admissions has carefully considered your application. I am sorry to
inform you that the Committee is unable to offer you admission to the Graduate Division at the Law
School.
We hope you will understand that this decision is a reflection of the strength of our applicant pool,
rather than the result of a possible weakness in your application. We receive many more applications
for admission than we can accommodate each year, and inevitably we must turn away many
accomplished applicants simply for lack of space in our program.
Please accept our very best wishes for success in your future academic and professional plans. We
genuinely appreciate your interest in New York University School of Law.

Did most people get a similar rejection letter? I wasn't encouraged to reapply.. :(
<blockquote>I was rejected too and the reason given was that my TOEFL score didn't meet the NYU's requirements.

"The Committee has asked me to inform you that they were impressed with your academic credentials but found your TOEFL total score and/or at least one of your subsection scores below that considered necessary for admission to the Graduate Division.
If you take the TOEFL examination again and improve your score to our minimum requirements, we invite you to reapply.
We appreciate your interest in NYU School of Law and hope to receive an application from you in the future."

I wonder whether every rejected applicant have got the same encouragement to re-apply. Please kindly share yours. It will help me a lot in self-evaluating. Thanks and wish you guys the best:)</blockquote>

@ Minnie

I got this rejection letter-

The Committee on Graduate Admissions has carefully considered your application. I am sorry to
inform you that the Committee is unable to offer you admission to the Graduate Division at the Law
School.
We hope you will understand that this decision is a reflection of the strength of our applicant pool,
rather than the result of a possible weakness in your application. We receive many more applications
for admission than we can accommodate each year, and inevitably we must turn away many
accomplished applicants simply for lack of space in our program.
Please accept our very best wishes for success in your future academic and professional plans. We
genuinely appreciate your interest in New York University School of Law.

Did most people get a similar rejection letter? I wasn't encouraged to reapply.. :(
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Minnie
@ s-india
Thank you very much for sharing.
And don't be sad. Encouraging to reapply or not is only a matter of personal discretion. We've gotta move on anyway.:)
@ s-india
Thank you very much for sharing.
And don't be sad. Encouraging to reapply or not is only a matter of personal discretion. We've gotta move on anyway.:)
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ectax
re the message above about granting deferral for financial reasons, I don't know the answer but am interested in hearing anything you learn. I'm hoping to get a scholarship. If I don't, then I am considering asking to defer [domestic tax program] until 2012 so I can save more money.
re the message above about granting deferral for financial reasons, I don't know the answer but am interested in hearing anything you learn. I'm hoping to get a scholarship. If I don't, then I am considering asking to defer [domestic tax program] until 2012 so I can save more money.
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jrob
@ s-india
Thank you very much for sharing.
And don't be sad. Encouraging to reapply or not is only a matter of personal discretion. We've gotta move on anyway.:)
That is right!
<blockquote>@ s-india
Thank you very much for sharing.
And don't be sad. Encouraging to reapply or not is only a matter of personal discretion. We've gotta move on anyway.:)</blockquote> That is right!
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s-india
@ s-india
Thank you very much for sharing.
And don't be sad. Encouraging to reapply or not is only a matter of personal discretion. We've gotta move on anyway.:)
That is right!


Thanks.. But it would still be nice if other shared their rejection letters as well.. That way we get to know more about the committee's admission criteria and it also helps us work on our future applications...
<blockquote><blockquote>@ s-india
Thank you very much for sharing.
And don't be sad. Encouraging to reapply or not is only a matter of personal discretion. We've gotta move on anyway.:)</blockquote> That is right!</blockquote>

Thanks.. But it would still be nice if other shared their rejection letters as well.. That way we get to know more about the committee's admission criteria and it also helps us work on our future applications...
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@ s-india
Thank you very much for sharing.
And don't be sad. Encouraging to reapply or not is only a matter of personal discretion. We've gotta move on anyway.:)
That is right!


Thanks.. But it would still be nice if other shared their rejection letters as well.. That way we get to know more about the committee's admission criteria and it also helps us work on our future applications...


I got the same rejection letter. I think it's pretty much a standard response.
<blockquote><blockquote><blockquote>@ s-india
Thank you very much for sharing.
And don't be sad. Encouraging to reapply or not is only a matter of personal discretion. We've gotta move on anyway.:)</blockquote> That is right!</blockquote>

Thanks.. But it would still be nice if other shared their rejection letters as well.. That way we get to know more about the committee's admission criteria and it also helps us work on our future applications...</blockquote>

I got the same rejection letter. I think it's pretty much a standard response.
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I got the same letter too
I got the same letter too
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AAAAAstar
I just got plain rejection (2-3 days before)without any given reason like someone did have. Could I ask you all(the NYU admitted) about your credential (including TOEFL score)

Here is my letter.....

Dear Mr. Paisancharoensub:
The Committee on Graduate Admissions has carefully considered your application. I am sorry to
inform you that the Committee is unable to offer you admission to the Graduate Division at the Law
School.
We hope you will understand that this decision is a reflection of the strength of our applicant pool,
rather than the result of a possible weakness in your application. We receive many more applications
for admission than we can accommodate each year, and inevitably we must turn away many
accomplished applicants simply for lack of space in our program.
Please accept our very best wishes for success in your future academic and professional plans. We
genuinely appreciate your interest in New York University School of Law.
I just got plain rejection (2-3 days before)without any given reason like someone did have. Could I ask you all(the NYU admitted) about your credential (including TOEFL score)

Here is my letter.....

Dear Mr. Paisancharoensub:
The Committee on Graduate Admissions has carefully considered your application. I am sorry to
inform you that the Committee is unable to offer you admission to the Graduate Division at the Law
School.
We hope you will understand that this decision is a reflection of the strength of our applicant pool,
rather than the result of a possible weakness in your application. We receive many more applications
for admission than we can accommodate each year, and inevitably we must turn away many
accomplished applicants simply for lack of space in our program.
Please accept our very best wishes for success in your future academic and professional plans. We
genuinely appreciate your interest in New York University School of Law.

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vindhyas
looks like i am probably the only person left to be notified.. Anyone else, left to share my misery ??
looks like i am probably the only person left to be notified.. Anyone else, left to share my misery ??
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crazyn
Hey! I am from India and I was offered traditional LLm at NYU. But I am not taking it as there isnt any financial aid, so I would rather work for a few years and then apply! Good luck!
Hey! I am from India and I was offered traditional LLm at NYU. But I am not taking it as there isnt any financial aid, so I would rather work for a few years and then apply! Good luck!
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klaw22
Any domestic applicants hear back yet???
Any domestic applicants hear back yet???
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JDJen10
Any domestic applicants hear back yet???


Not a word .. just heard that we may not know anything until June.
<blockquote>Any domestic applicants hear back yet???</blockquote>

Not a word .. just heard that we may not know anything until June.
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suso12
Any domestic applicants hear back yet???


Not a word .. just heard that we may not know anything until June.


Nothing. Has any domestic applicant contacted the office of admissions?
<blockquote><blockquote>Any domestic applicants hear back yet???</blockquote>

Not a word .. just heard that we may not know anything until June.</blockquote>

Nothing. Has any domestic applicant contacted the office of admissions?
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Unfortunately I was rejected from the traditional LLM program on 24 March. I am from Australia.

"The Committee on Graduate Admissions has carefully considered your application. I am sorry to
inform you that the Committee is unable to offer you admission to the Graduate Division at the Law
School. We hope you will understand that this decision is a reflection of the strength of our applicant pool,
rather than the result of a possible weakness in your application. We receive many more applications
for admission than we can accommodate each year, and inevitably we must turn away many
accomplished applicants simply for lack of space in our program. Please accept our very best wishes for success in your future academic and professional plans. We
genuinely appreciate your interest in New York University School of Law."
Unfortunately I was rejected from the traditional LLM program on 24 March. I am from Australia.

"The Committee on Graduate Admissions has carefully considered your application. I am sorry to
inform you that the Committee is unable to offer you admission to the Graduate Division at the Law
School. We hope you will understand that this decision is a reflection of the strength of our applicant pool,
rather than the result of a possible weakness in your application. We receive many more applications
for admission than we can accommodate each year, and inevitably we must turn away many
accomplished applicants simply for lack of space in our program. Please accept our very best wishes for success in your future academic and professional plans. We
genuinely appreciate your interest in New York University School of Law."
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Dear all. I have just declined NYU's admission so there will be chance for one more waitlisted. Regards.
Dear all. I have just declined NYU's admission so there will be chance for one more waitlisted. Regards.
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spartan4a
I'm a domestic applicant and I just received my acceptance today. There's still hope for those still waiting!
I'm a domestic applicant and I just received my acceptance today. There's still hope for those still waiting!
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klaw22
hey-- thanks for letting us know and congrats! what time did they send out the email? which program did you apply for?
hey-- thanks for letting us know and congrats! what time did they send out the email? which program did you apply for?
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