Penn Law LLM Applicants 2022-2023


Pure_Salem

Since it’s LLM season, someone needs to start this to keep each others posted. Anyways, I applied give or take a month ago and haven’t heard anything for them up to this moment. Good luck everyone!

Since it’s LLM season, someone needs to start this to keep each others posted. Anyways, I applied give or take a month ago and haven’t heard anything for them up to this moment. Good luck everyone!
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zshafqat

If you have applied, I wanted to ask how long after applying through LSAC does the application become complete on UPenn’s own portal?

If you have applied, I wanted to ask how long after applying through LSAC does the application become complete on UPenn’s own portal?
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gdp

I applied over the weekend. Good luck all!

I applied over the weekend. Good luck all!
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chepdouti

Hi everyone, 

Does anyone know whether Penn requires LSAC ITAES ? It's usually optional unless the law school specifically requires it and most "strongly recommend it" but I am having doubts about Penn Law. 

Good luck everyone!

Hi everyone,&nbsp;<br><br>Does anyone know whether Penn requires LSAC ITAES ? It's usually optional unless the law school specifically requires it and most "strongly recommend it" but I am having doubts about Penn Law.&nbsp;<br><br>Good luck everyone!
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Applied yesterday!

Applied yesterday!
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lazyoverac...

Hi everyone, 

Does anyone know whether Penn requires LSAC ITAES ? It's usually optional unless the law school specifically requires it and most "strongly recommend it" but I am having doubts about Penn Law. 

Good luck everyone!

If you're an intl' applicant, I think its required. Also, does anyone have experience with delayed transcripts? My transcripts are coming in late cause of administrative backlog, and the uni is saying i've got to ask for an extension (+USD 25), but I have submitted my online application just to be on the safer side. I emailed them but they are not being very helpful.

[quote]Hi everyone,&nbsp;<br><br>Does anyone know whether Penn requires LSAC ITAES ? It's usually optional unless the law school specifically requires it and most "strongly recommend it" but I am having doubts about Penn Law.&nbsp;<br><br>Good luck everyone! [/quote]<br>If you're an intl' applicant, I think its required. Also, does anyone have experience with delayed transcripts? My transcripts are coming in late cause of administrative backlog, and the uni is saying i've got to ask for an extension (+USD 25), but I have submitted my online application just to be on the safer side. I emailed them but they are not being very helpful.
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Hi everyone, 

Does anyone know whether Penn requires LSAC ITAES ? It's usually optional unless the law school specifically requires it and most "strongly recommend it" but I am having doubts about Penn Law. 

Good luck everyone!

If you're an intl' applicant, I think its required. Also, does anyone have experience with delayed transcripts? My transcripts are coming in late cause of administrative backlog, and the uni is saying i've got to ask for an extension (+USD 25), but I have submitted my online application just to be on the safer side. I emailed them but they are not being very helpful.


Did you get an answer to this? I have the same problem.

[quote][quote]Hi everyone,&nbsp;<br><br>Does anyone know whether Penn requires LSAC ITAES ? It's usually optional unless the law school specifically requires it and most "strongly recommend it" but I am having doubts about Penn Law.&nbsp;<br><br>Good luck everyone! [/quote]<br>If you're an intl' applicant, I think its required. Also, does anyone have experience with delayed transcripts? My transcripts are coming in late cause of administrative backlog, and the uni is saying i've got to ask for an extension (+USD 25), but I have submitted my online application just to be on the safer side. I emailed them but they are not being very helpful. [/quote]<br><br>Did you get an answer to this? I have the same problem.<br><br>
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shyguy

Hey everyone. Applied November 14th. Acknowledgment received November 16. Status shown as "application under review" since December first. Good luck to us all 1f642

[Edited by shyguy on Dec 21, 2021]

Hey everyone. Applied November 14th. Acknowledgment received November 16. Status shown as "application under review" since December first. Good luck to us all&nbsp;:slightly-smiling-face:<br>
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Ravenland

Applied Nov 15th(early notification ddl lol) and under review since someday early December(can't remember clearly). Just found the last status changed to Dec 20. Does UR2 means something in Penn's LLM application?

Applied Nov 15th(early notification ddl lol) and under review since someday early December(can't remember clearly). Just found the last status changed to Dec 20. Does UR2 means something in Penn's LLM application?<br>
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lazyoverac...

Hi everyone, 

Does anyone know whether Penn requires LSAC ITAES ? It's usually optional unless the law school specifically requires it and most "strongly recommend it" but I am having doubts about Penn Law. 

Good luck everyone!

If you're an intl' applicant, I think its required. Also, does anyone have experience with delayed transcripts? My transcripts are coming in late cause of administrative backlog, and the uni is saying i've got to ask for an extension (+USD 25), but I have submitted my online application just to be on the safer side. I emailed them but they are not being very helpful.


Did you get an answer to this? I have the same problem.


So I submitted the online application on time, and I was not charged the extra USD 25. They did approve my extension though, and said as long as my documents reach them (I presume post ITAES) by Jan 15th it should be ok. My undergrad transcript has still not reached LSAC though and I am freaking out.

[Edited by lazyoverachiever1234 on Dec 25, 2021]

[quote][quote][quote]Hi everyone,&nbsp;<br><br>Does anyone know whether Penn requires LSAC ITAES ? It's usually optional unless the law school specifically requires it and most "strongly recommend it" but I am having doubts about Penn Law.&nbsp;<br><br>Good luck everyone! [/quote]<br>If you're an intl' applicant, I think its required. Also, does anyone have experience with delayed transcripts? My transcripts are coming in late cause of administrative backlog, and the uni is saying i've got to ask for an extension (+USD 25), but I have submitted my online application just to be on the safer side. I emailed them but they are not being very helpful. [/quote]<br><br>Did you get an answer to this? I have the same problem.<br><br> [/quote]<br>So I submitted the online application on time, and I was not charged the extra USD 25. They did approve my extension though, and said as long as my documents reach them (I presume post ITAES) by Jan 15th it should be ok. My undergrad transcript has still not reached LSAC though and I am freaking out.
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gdp

Applied Nov 15th(early notification ddl lol) and under review since someday early December(can't remember clearly). Just found the last status changed to Dec 20. Does UR2 means something in Penn's LLM application?
Applied on Dec 6th and UR2 since yesterday - also interested to see whether this has any meaning

[quote]Applied Nov 15th(early notification ddl lol) and under review since someday early December(can't remember clearly). Just found the last status changed to Dec 20. Does UR2 means something in Penn's LLM application?<br> [/quote]Applied on Dec 6th and UR2 since yesterday - also interested to see whether this has any meaning
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Hi, I am sorry I am a little confused, but what does UR2 mean? 

For context, I made the deadline for early application and since the first week of December it shows that "application is under review". 

Hi, I am sorry I am a little confused, but what does UR2 mean?&nbsp;<br><br>For context, I made the deadline for early application and since the first week of December it shows that "application is under review".&nbsp;
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gdp

Hi, I am sorry I am a little confused, but what does UR2 mean? 

For context, I made the deadline for early application and since the first week of December it shows that "application is under review". 

Hi, "UR2" is not a formal status designation for LLM applicants, we are using it here because since initially having been designated "under review", our status date has changed once more, thus indicating that we are going through a second review round.

Hope this clarifies :)

[quote]Hi, I am sorry I am a little confused, but what does UR2 mean?&nbsp;<br><br>For context, I made the deadline for early application and since the first week of December it shows that "application is under review".&nbsp; [/quote]<br>Hi, "UR2" is not a formal status designation for LLM applicants, we are using it here because since initially having been designated "under review", our status date has changed once more, thus indicating that we are going through a second review round.<br><br>Hope this clarifies :)
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Hi, I am sorry I am a little confused, but what does UR2 mean? 

For context, I made the deadline for early application and since the first week of December it shows that "application is under review". 

Hi, "UR2" is not a formal status designation for LLM applicants, we are using it here because since initially having been designated "under review", our status date has changed once more, thus indicating that we are going through a second review round.

Hope this clarifies :)
 

Yes, it does, thank you! :D

[quote][quote]Hi, I am sorry I am a little confused, but what does UR2 mean?&nbsp;<br><br>For context, I made the deadline for early application and since the first week of December it shows that "application is under review".&nbsp; [/quote]<br>Hi, "UR2" is not a formal status designation for LLM applicants, we are using it here because since initially having been designated "under review", our status date has changed once more, thus indicating that we are going through a second review round.<br><br>Hope this clarifies :) [/quote]&nbsp;<br><br>Yes, it does, thank you! :D<br><br>
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Emim77

Any news?

Any news?
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Any news?


Just received my Admission Letter! Applied in Early Action, the message says that scholarship decisions will be made beginning in March and continue through May.

[quote]Any news? [/quote]<br><br>Just received my Admission Letter! Applied in Early Action, the message says that scholarship decisions will be made beginning in March and continue through May.
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Congrats! I applied on the regular deadline, so I believe I will have an answer a bit later hahahahaha

Congrats! I applied on the regular deadline, so I believe I will have an answer a bit later hahahahaha
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Van 2022

lawenthusiast! Congrats!!
I applied on Dec.13 and nothing now...
But the status has been changed on Jan. 25.

[Edited by Van 2022 on Jan 26, 2022]

lawenthusiast! Congrats!!<br>I applied on Dec.13 and nothing now...<br>But the status has been changed on Jan. 25.
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Congratulations everyone! 
Does anyone know what it means if you apply for ED and they say you'll be considered with the general pool of applicants instead? Good? Bad? TIA! 

Congratulations everyone!&nbsp;<br>Does anyone know what it means if you apply for ED and they say you'll be considered with the general pool of applicants instead? Good? Bad? TIA!&nbsp;
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Anon2022

I was also wondering whether Penn Law has a policy of deferring all applicants that don't get  admitted through ED? I do know that Georgetown has this policy of deferring all applicants that they don't accept during the ED round. 

Does anyone know if Penn Law has the same policy or whether they actually do send out rejections during their review of ED's as well? Thank you to whoever can help with this query!

Congratulations everyone! 
Does anyone know what it means if you apply for ED and they say you'll be considered with the general pool of applicants instead? Good? Bad? TIA! 

[Edited by Anon2022 on Jan 26, 2022]

I was also wondering whether Penn Law has a policy of deferring all applicants that don't get&nbsp; admitted through ED? I do know that Georgetown has this policy of deferring all applicants that they don't accept during the ED round.&nbsp;<br><br>Does anyone know if Penn Law has the same policy or whether they actually do send out rejections during their review of ED's as well? Thank you to whoever can help with this query!<br><br>[quote]Congratulations everyone!&nbsp;<br>Does anyone know what it means if you apply for ED and they say you'll be considered with the general pool of applicants instead? Good? Bad? TIA!&nbsp; [/quote]
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