South American applicants for LLM 2016-2017


AppleLemon
Hola a todos!

Cree este grupo a modo de apoyo moral y resolver preguntas entre postulantes sudamericanos, que espero que no sean tan pocos! Y eventualmente después reunirnos los que vamos a estar cerca! Un poco de solidaridad sudamericana no hace mal.
Anímense!
Un abrazo.
Hola a todos!

Cree este grupo a modo de apoyo moral y resolver preguntas entre postulantes sudamericanos, que espero que no sean tan pocos! Y eventualmente después reunirnos los que vamos a estar cerca! Un poco de solidaridad sudamericana no hace mal.
Anímense!
Un abrazo.

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AppleLemon
Brazilians, Argentinians, Chileans, Colombians, etc etc, are welcome!!
Brazilians, Argentinians, Chileans, Colombians, etc etc, are welcome!!
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MFCir
I'm seeking an LLM in Environmental Law. However, I have this feeling the number of applications is gonna decrease in face of the currency depreciation (at least here in Brazil) but I do hope to see a good group of South Americans in the US next year.
I'm seeking an LLM in Environmental Law. However, I have this feeling the number of applications is gonna decrease in face of the currency depreciation (at least here in Brazil) but I do hope to see a good group of South Americans in the US next year.
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AppleLemon
I'm seeking an LLM in Environmental Law. However, I have this feeling the number of applications is gonna decrease in face of the currency depreciation (at least here in Brazil) but I do hope to see a good group of South Americans in the US next year.


Hi MFCir, what universities are you planning to apply to? Or did you already applied?. I'm Chilean btw and I think we're minority.
Hope all is well with your process, even though the circumstances aren't the best possible.
<blockquote>I'm seeking an LLM in Environmental Law. However, I have this feeling the number of applications is gonna decrease in face of the currency depreciation (at least here in Brazil) but I do hope to see a good group of South Americans in the US next year.
</blockquote>

Hi MFCir, what universities are you planning to apply to? Or did you already applied?. I'm Chilean btw and I think we're minority.
Hope all is well with your process, even though the circumstances aren't the best possible.
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rbellaver
Hola a todos!

Cree este grupo a modo de apoyo moral y resolver preguntas entre postulantes sudamericanos, que espero que no sean tan pocos! Y eventualmente después reunirnos los que vamos a estar cerca! Un poco de solidaridad sudamericana no hace mal.
Anímense!
Un abrazo.



Vale, AppleLemon, MFCIR!

Yo, como MFCIR, soy de Brasil y creo también que esa es una buena manera de adelantarnos una relación entre latinos mientras hacemos network.

Aplicaré para los programas de tributación en general.
Ya hice los applications para Georgetown, Northwestern, University of Florida y University of San Diego. En este último fui incluso aceptado y USD me regaló con una beca parcial. Aún me faltan aplicar para NYU y U of Michigan....

Suerte a todos! Que podamos quedarnos en EEUU para una cerveza o un café!

Keep in touch!
<blockquote>Hola a todos!

Cree este grupo a modo de apoyo moral y resolver preguntas entre postulantes sudamericanos, que espero que no sean tan pocos! Y eventualmente después reunirnos los que vamos a estar cerca! Un poco de solidaridad sudamericana no hace mal.
Anímense!
Un abrazo.

</blockquote>

Vale, AppleLemon, MFCIR!

Yo, como MFCIR, soy de Brasil y creo también que esa es una buena manera de adelantarnos una relación entre latinos mientras hacemos network.

Aplicaré para los programas de tributación en general.
Ya hice los applications para Georgetown, Northwestern, University of Florida y University of San Diego. En este último fui incluso aceptado y USD me regaló con una beca parcial. Aún me faltan aplicar para NYU y U of Michigan....

Suerte a todos! Que podamos quedarnos en EEUU para una cerveza o un café!

Keep in touch!
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AppleLemon
Hola a todos!

Cree este grupo a modo de apoyo moral y resolver preguntas entre postulantes sudamericanos, que espero que no sean tan pocos! Y eventualmente después reunirnos los que vamos a estar cerca! Un poco de solidaridad sudamericana no hace mal.
Anímense!
Un abrazo.



Vale, AppleLemon, MFCIR!

Yo, como MFCIR, soy de Brasil y creo también que esa es una buena manera de adelantarnos una relación entre latinos mientras hacemos network.

Aplicaré para los programas de tributación en general.
Ya hice los applications para Georgetown, Northwestern, University of Florida y University of San Diego. En este último fui incluso aceptado y USD me regaló con una beca parcial. Aún me faltan aplicar para NYU y U of Michigan....

Suerte a todos! Que podamos quedarnos en EEUU para una cerveza o un café!

Keep in touch!


Hola rbellaver!
Mucho éxito con tus postulaciones. Yo ya envié todo a LSAC y pretendo postular a fines de noviembre y ppios de diciembre a USC, UC Davis, Emory, UVA, Ohio State. He estado pensando en UCLA, pero la verdad es que no estoy muy segura. Como señalé en un post, he leído en este mismo foro opiniones opuestas (que es excelente y muy mala). Qué opinas del LL.M?
Me interesa tomar clases de Derecho ambiental, Derecho internacional, Torts y seguros.

Espero que alguno de ustedes me pueda ayudar.

Of course we'll keep in touch!
<blockquote><blockquote>Hola a todos!

Cree este grupo a modo de apoyo moral y resolver preguntas entre postulantes sudamericanos, que espero que no sean tan pocos! Y eventualmente después reunirnos los que vamos a estar cerca! Un poco de solidaridad sudamericana no hace mal.
Anímense!
Un abrazo.

</blockquote>

Vale, AppleLemon, MFCIR!

Yo, como MFCIR, soy de Brasil y creo también que esa es una buena manera de adelantarnos una relación entre latinos mientras hacemos network.

Aplicaré para los programas de tributación en general.
Ya hice los applications para Georgetown, Northwestern, University of Florida y University of San Diego. En este último fui incluso aceptado y USD me regaló con una beca parcial. Aún me faltan aplicar para NYU y U of Michigan....

Suerte a todos! Que podamos quedarnos en EEUU para una cerveza o un café!

Keep in touch! </blockquote>

Hola rbellaver!
Mucho éxito con tus postulaciones. Yo ya envié todo a LSAC y pretendo postular a fines de noviembre y ppios de diciembre a USC, UC Davis, Emory, UVA, Ohio State. He estado pensando en UCLA, pero la verdad es que no estoy muy segura. Como señalé en un post, he leído en este mismo foro opiniones opuestas (que es excelente y muy mala). Qué opinas del LL.M?
Me interesa tomar clases de Derecho ambiental, Derecho internacional, Torts y seguros.

Espero que alguno de ustedes me pueda ayudar.

Of course we'll keep in touch!
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rbellaver
Gracias! En tuyos también...

University of Florida tiene un buen programa de Ambiental.
University of Miami may be a good option for you too...
Try to look a little bit more in the east coast!

No me parece que el LLM en UCLA es así tan prestigiado. Pero tampoco me parece que sea malo. Tuve, en el pasado, interes en UCLA y he leído las mismas cosas que tu ... Pero en el final decidi por no aplicar vez que la universidad no tiene un buen LLM en Tax. Pero ya la visité y es una escuela muy hermosa... Sin embargos su ubicacion también es una ventaja. LA y Beverly Hills... Cierto que un buen local para vivir pero no sé de una viva alma que ha estudiado ahí.

De las que has listado arriba tus mejores opciones son USC y UVA... No conozco tu background, pero yo que tu aplicaría aún para UC Berkeley se te gusta el derecho internacional. Seguro que las universidades que has elegido son buenas, pero hacer un LLM solo por hacer, sin criterios, sería una perda de tiempo y dinero. Además todas tienen precios muy parecidos. Ahí que me parece que intentar las mejores sería una opción más acertada. :)
Gracias! En tuyos también...

University of Florida tiene un buen programa de Ambiental.
University of Miami may be a good option for you too...
Try to look a little bit more in the east coast!

No me parece que el LLM en UCLA es así tan prestigiado. Pero tampoco me parece que sea malo. Tuve, en el pasado, interes en UCLA y he leído las mismas cosas que tu ... Pero en el final decidi por no aplicar vez que la universidad no tiene un buen LLM en Tax. Pero ya la visité y es una escuela muy hermosa... Sin embargos su ubicacion también es una ventaja. LA y Beverly Hills... Cierto que un buen local para vivir pero no sé de una viva alma que ha estudiado ahí.

De las que has listado arriba tus mejores opciones son USC y UVA... No conozco tu background, pero yo que tu aplicaría aún para UC Berkeley se te gusta el derecho internacional. Seguro que las universidades que has elegido son buenas, pero hacer un LLM solo por hacer, sin criterios, sería una perda de tiempo y dinero. Además todas tienen precios muy parecidos. Ahí que me parece que intentar las mejores sería una opción más acertada. :)
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AppleLemon
Gracias! En tuyos también...

University of Florida tiene un buen programa de Ambiental.
University of Miami may be a good option for you too...
Try to look a little bit more in the east coast!

No me parece que el LLM en UCLA es así tan prestigiado. Pero tampoco me parece que sea malo. Tuve, en el pasado, interes en UCLA y he leído las mismas cosas que tu ... Pero en el final decidi por no aplicar vez que la universidad no tiene un buen LLM en Tax. Pero ya la visité y es una escuela muy hermosa... Sin embargos su ubicacion también es una ventaja. LA y Beverly Hills... Cierto que un buen local para vivir pero no sé de una viva alma que ha estudiado ahí.

De las que has listado arriba tus mejores opciones son USC y UVA... No conozco tu background, pero yo que tu aplicaría aún para UC Berkeley se te gusta el derecho internacional. Seguro que las universidades que has elegido son buenas, pero hacer un LLM solo por hacer, sin criterios, sería una perda de tiempo y dinero. Además todas tienen precios muy parecidos. Ahí que me parece que intentar las mejores sería una opción más acertada. :)


Gracias por tu respuesta. La verdad es que cada vez más me convenzo que no es una muy buena opción para mí. He ido muchas veces a L.A y sin auto es imposible.
Feliz postularía a Berkeley, pero mi problema es el TOEFL y que en general a pesar de eso, consideran a gente con muchísima experiencia laboral que no tengo. Obtuve mi licenciatura el 2013 y mi calidad de abogado el 2014, asi que tengo muy poca experiencia.
<blockquote>Gracias! En tuyos también...

University of Florida tiene un buen programa de Ambiental.
University of Miami may be a good option for you too...
Try to look a little bit more in the east coast!

No me parece que el LLM en UCLA es así tan prestigiado. Pero tampoco me parece que sea malo. Tuve, en el pasado, interes en UCLA y he leído las mismas cosas que tu ... Pero en el final decidi por no aplicar vez que la universidad no tiene un buen LLM en Tax. Pero ya la visité y es una escuela muy hermosa... Sin embargos su ubicacion también es una ventaja. LA y Beverly Hills... Cierto que un buen local para vivir pero no sé de una viva alma que ha estudiado ahí.

De las que has listado arriba tus mejores opciones son USC y UVA... No conozco tu background, pero yo que tu aplicaría aún para UC Berkeley se te gusta el derecho internacional. Seguro que las universidades que has elegido son buenas, pero hacer un LLM solo por hacer, sin criterios, sería una perda de tiempo y dinero. Además todas tienen precios muy parecidos. Ahí que me parece que intentar las mejores sería una opción más acertada. :)</blockquote>

Gracias por tu respuesta. La verdad es que cada vez más me convenzo que no es una muy buena opción para mí. He ido muchas veces a L.A y sin auto es imposible.
Feliz postularía a Berkeley, pero mi problema es el TOEFL y que en general a pesar de eso, consideran a gente con muchísima experiencia laboral que no tengo. Obtuve mi licenciatura el 2013 y mi calidad de abogado el 2014, asi que tengo muy poca experiencia.
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MFCir
I'm seeking an LLM in Environmental Law. However, I have this feeling the number of applications is gonna decrease in face of the currency depreciation (at least here in Brazil) but I do hope to see a good group of South Americans in the US next year.


Hi MFCir, what universities are you planning to apply to? Or did you already applied?. I'm Chilean btw and I think we're minority.
Hope all is well with your process, even though the circumstances aren't the best possible.


Hi there. I've decided to apply to Pace, Georgetown and George Washington (and maybe Maryland and Duke). I'd really like to go to DC or NYC. The process is going well, just a little delay in my recommendation letters, which is pretty much the one reason why I haven't applied yet.
<blockquote><blockquote>I'm seeking an LLM in Environmental Law. However, I have this feeling the number of applications is gonna decrease in face of the currency depreciation (at least here in Brazil) but I do hope to see a good group of South Americans in the US next year.
</blockquote>

Hi MFCir, what universities are you planning to apply to? Or did you already applied?. I'm Chilean btw and I think we're minority.
Hope all is well with your process, even though the circumstances aren't the best possible.</blockquote>

Hi there. I've decided to apply to Pace, Georgetown and George Washington (and maybe Maryland and Duke). I'd really like to go to DC or NYC. The process is going well, just a little delay in my recommendation letters, which is pretty much the one reason why I haven't applied yet.
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AppleLemon
I'm seeking an LLM in Environmental Law. However, I have this feeling the number of applications is gonna decrease in face of the currency depreciation (at least here in Brazil) but I do hope to see a good group of South Americans in the US next year.


Hi MFCir, what universities are you planning to apply to? Or did you already applied?. I'm Chilean btw and I think we're minority.
Hope all is well with your process, even though the circumstances aren't the best possible.


Hi there. I've decided to apply to Pace, Georgetown and George Washington (and maybe Maryland and Duke). I'd really like to go to DC or NYC. The process is going well, just a little delay in my recommendation letters, which is pretty much the one reason why I haven't applied yet.


I would love to apply to George Washington, however I can't because it doesn't meet the ranking requirements according to my national system of scholarships that I'll apply to (Don't ask, it's absurd). Maybe I just should take a chance.
Have you thought about UCs??
<blockquote><blockquote><blockquote>I'm seeking an LLM in Environmental Law. However, I have this feeling the number of applications is gonna decrease in face of the currency depreciation (at least here in Brazil) but I do hope to see a good group of South Americans in the US next year.
</blockquote>

Hi MFCir, what universities are you planning to apply to? Or did you already applied?. I'm Chilean btw and I think we're minority.
Hope all is well with your process, even though the circumstances aren't the best possible.</blockquote>

Hi there. I've decided to apply to Pace, Georgetown and George Washington (and maybe Maryland and Duke). I'd really like to go to DC or NYC. The process is going well, just a little delay in my recommendation letters, which is pretty much the one reason why I haven't applied yet. </blockquote>

I would love to apply to George Washington, however I can't because it doesn't meet the ranking requirements according to my national system of scholarships that I'll apply to (Don't ask, it's absurd). Maybe I just should take a chance.
Have you thought about UCs??
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MFCir
I'm seeking an LLM in Environmental Law. However, I have this feeling the number of applications is gonna decrease in face of the currency depreciation (at least here in Brazil) but I do hope to see a good group of South Americans in the US next year.


Hi MFCir, what universities are you planning to apply to? Or did you already applied?. I'm Chilean btw and I think we're minority.
Hope all is well with your process, even though the circumstances aren't the best possible.


Hi there. I've decided to apply to Pace, Georgetown and George Washington (and maybe Maryland and Duke). I'd really like to go to DC or NYC. The process is going well, just a little delay in my recommendation letters, which is pretty much the one reason why I haven't applied yet.


I would love to apply to George Washington, however I can't because it doesn't meet the ranking requirements according to my national system of scholarships that I'll apply to (Don't ask, it's absurd). Maybe I just should take a chance.
Have you thought about UCs??


Yes, you should! GW has a really good Environmental Law program. All my friends who are now past graduates really enjoyed it.
About USC, I didn't consider it, mainly because of the location.
I'm curious about this "national system of scholarships". How does it work?
<blockquote><blockquote><blockquote><blockquote>I'm seeking an LLM in Environmental Law. However, I have this feeling the number of applications is gonna decrease in face of the currency depreciation (at least here in Brazil) but I do hope to see a good group of South Americans in the US next year.
</blockquote>

Hi MFCir, what universities are you planning to apply to? Or did you already applied?. I'm Chilean btw and I think we're minority.
Hope all is well with your process, even though the circumstances aren't the best possible.</blockquote>

Hi there. I've decided to apply to Pace, Georgetown and George Washington (and maybe Maryland and Duke). I'd really like to go to DC or NYC. The process is going well, just a little delay in my recommendation letters, which is pretty much the one reason why I haven't applied yet. </blockquote>

I would love to apply to George Washington, however I can't because it doesn't meet the ranking requirements according to my national system of scholarships that I'll apply to (Don't ask, it's absurd). Maybe I just should take a chance.
Have you thought about UCs??</blockquote>

Yes, you should! GW has a really good Environmental Law program. All my friends who are now past graduates really enjoyed it.
About USC, I didn't consider it, mainly because of the location.
I'm curious about this "national system of scholarships". How does it work?
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AppleLemon
I'm seeking an LLM in Environmental Law. However, I have this feeling the number of applications is gonna decrease in face of the currency depreciation (at least here in Brazil) but I do hope to see a good group of South Americans in the US next year.


Hi MFCir, what universities are you planning to apply to? Or did you already applied?. I'm Chilean btw and I think we're minority.
Hope all is well with your process, even though the circumstances aren't the best possible.


Hi there. I've decided to apply to Pace, Georgetown and George Washington (and maybe Maryland and Duke). I'd really like to go to DC or NYC. The process is going well, just a little delay in my recommendation letters, which is pretty much the one reason why I haven't applied yet.


I would love to apply to George Washington, however I can't because it doesn't meet the ranking requirements according to my national system of scholarships that I'll apply to (Don't ask, it's absurd). Maybe I just should take a chance.
Have you thought about UCs??


Yes, you should! GW has a really good Environmental Law program. All my friends who are now past graduates really enjoyed it.
About USC, I didn't consider it, mainly because of the location.
I'm curious about this "national system of scholarships". How does it work?


When I said that I meant Chilean scholarship Beca Chile financed with public financial resources. It is really hard to obtain because It works with its own parameters of choosing the most appropriate candidates for the scholarship and some people can't even apply. For instance, if you want to study an MBA or a Tax LL.M you are not allowed to apply nor gaining a scholarship.
And how about UC Berkeley, UCLA and UC Davis? Especially Berkeley has an excellent environmental law program.
<blockquote><blockquote><blockquote><blockquote><blockquote>I'm seeking an LLM in Environmental Law. However, I have this feeling the number of applications is gonna decrease in face of the currency depreciation (at least here in Brazil) but I do hope to see a good group of South Americans in the US next year.
</blockquote>

Hi MFCir, what universities are you planning to apply to? Or did you already applied?. I'm Chilean btw and I think we're minority.
Hope all is well with your process, even though the circumstances aren't the best possible.</blockquote>

Hi there. I've decided to apply to Pace, Georgetown and George Washington (and maybe Maryland and Duke). I'd really like to go to DC or NYC. The process is going well, just a little delay in my recommendation letters, which is pretty much the one reason why I haven't applied yet. </blockquote>

I would love to apply to George Washington, however I can't because it doesn't meet the ranking requirements according to my national system of scholarships that I'll apply to (Don't ask, it's absurd). Maybe I just should take a chance.
Have you thought about UCs??</blockquote>

Yes, you should! GW has a really good Environmental Law program. All my friends who are now past graduates really enjoyed it.
About USC, I didn't consider it, mainly because of the location.
I'm curious about this "national system of scholarships". How does it work?</blockquote>

When I said that I meant Chilean scholarship Beca Chile financed with public financial resources. It is really hard to obtain because It works with its own parameters of choosing the most appropriate candidates for the scholarship and some people can't even apply. For instance, if you want to study an MBA or a Tax LL.M you are not allowed to apply nor gaining a scholarship.
And how about UC Berkeley, UCLA and UC Davis? Especially Berkeley has an excellent environmental law program.
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MFCir
I'm seeking an LLM in Environmental Law. However, I have this feeling the number of applications is gonna decrease in face of the currency depreciation (at least here in Brazil) but I do hope to see a good group of South Americans in the US next year.


Hi MFCir, what universities are you planning to apply to? Or did you already applied?. I'm Chilean btw and I think we're minority.
Hope all is well with your process, even though the circumstances aren't the best possible.


Hi there. I've decided to apply to Pace, Georgetown and George Washington (and maybe Maryland and Duke). I'd really like to go to DC or NYC. The process is going well, just a little delay in my recommendation letters, which is pretty much the one reason why I haven't applied yet.


I would love to apply to George Washington, however I can't because it doesn't meet the ranking requirements according to my national system of scholarships that I'll apply to (Don't ask, it's absurd). Maybe I just should take a chance.
Have you thought about UCs??


Yes, you should! GW has a really good Environmental Law program. All my friends who are now past graduates really enjoyed it.
About USC, I didn't consider it, mainly because of the location.
I'm curious about this "national system of scholarships". How does it work?


When I said that I meant Chilean scholarship Beca Chile financed with public financial resources. It is really hard to obtain because It works with its own parameters of choosing the most appropriate candidates for the scholarship and some people can't even apply. For instance, if you want to study an MBA or a Tax LL.M you are not allowed to apply nor gaining a scholarship.
And how about UC Berkeley, UCLA and UC Davis? Especially Berkeley has an excellent environmental law program.


Yes, I know. But I'm narrowing my options based on location, as I said before. I have family and friends in NYC and DC, so I would like to be nearby.
<blockquote><blockquote><blockquote><blockquote><blockquote><blockquote>I'm seeking an LLM in Environmental Law. However, I have this feeling the number of applications is gonna decrease in face of the currency depreciation (at least here in Brazil) but I do hope to see a good group of South Americans in the US next year.
</blockquote>

Hi MFCir, what universities are you planning to apply to? Or did you already applied?. I'm Chilean btw and I think we're minority.
Hope all is well with your process, even though the circumstances aren't the best possible.</blockquote>

Hi there. I've decided to apply to Pace, Georgetown and George Washington (and maybe Maryland and Duke). I'd really like to go to DC or NYC. The process is going well, just a little delay in my recommendation letters, which is pretty much the one reason why I haven't applied yet. </blockquote>

I would love to apply to George Washington, however I can't because it doesn't meet the ranking requirements according to my national system of scholarships that I'll apply to (Don't ask, it's absurd). Maybe I just should take a chance.
Have you thought about UCs??</blockquote>

Yes, you should! GW has a really good Environmental Law program. All my friends who are now past graduates really enjoyed it.
About USC, I didn't consider it, mainly because of the location.
I'm curious about this "national system of scholarships". How does it work?</blockquote>

When I said that I meant Chilean scholarship Beca Chile financed with public financial resources. It is really hard to obtain because It works with its own parameters of choosing the most appropriate candidates for the scholarship and some people can't even apply. For instance, if you want to study an MBA or a Tax LL.M you are not allowed to apply nor gaining a scholarship.
And how about UC Berkeley, UCLA and UC Davis? Especially Berkeley has an excellent environmental law program.
</blockquote>

Yes, I know. But I'm narrowing my options based on location, as I said before. I have family and friends in NYC and DC, so I would like to be nearby.
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AppleLemon
Yes, I know. But I'm narrowing my options based on location, as I said before. I have family and friends in NYC and DC, so I would like to be nearby.

Oh, now I got the whole picture!

I decided that I'm going to take a chance on GW. So maybe we're going to be classmates :)
</blockquote>

Yes, I know. But I'm narrowing my options based on location, as I said before. I have family and friends in NYC and DC, so I would like to be nearby.</blockquote>

Oh, now I got the whole picture!

I decided that I'm going to take a chance on GW. So maybe we're going to be classmates :)
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rbk.mde
Hola, estoy a punto de aplicar a varias universidades pero tengo algunas dudas y no se si me puedan ayudar. Cuando las universidades me piden "transcripts" se refieren a mi boleta de calificaciones o al título universitario? No se cual de las dos mandar o si se mandan las dos.
Hola, estoy a punto de aplicar a varias universidades pero tengo algunas dudas y no se si me puedan ayudar. Cuando las universidades me piden "transcripts" se refieren a mi boleta de calificaciones o al título universitario? No se cual de las dos mandar o si se mandan las dos.
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MFCir
Hola, estoy a punto de aplicar a varias universidades pero tengo algunas dudas y no se si me puedan ayudar. Cuando las universidades me piden "transcripts" se refieren a mi boleta de calificaciones o al título universitario? No se cual de las dos mandar o si se mandan las dos.


Hi there. I'm gonna write in English because Spanish is far from being one of my strengths. Your transcripts are your academic records. I sent both the records and the diploma but you really don't need the latter. I made certified copies of them, which I mailed to LSAC, along with the translations.
<blockquote>Hola, estoy a punto de aplicar a varias universidades pero tengo algunas dudas y no se si me puedan ayudar. Cuando las universidades me piden "transcripts" se refieren a mi boleta de calificaciones o al título universitario? No se cual de las dos mandar o si se mandan las dos.</blockquote>

Hi there. I'm gonna write in English because Spanish is far from being one of my strengths. Your transcripts are your academic records. I sent both the records and the diploma but you really don't need the latter. I made certified copies of them, which I mailed to LSAC, along with the translations.
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AppleLemon
Hola, estoy a punto de aplicar a varias universidades pero tengo algunas dudas y no se si me puedan ayudar. Cuando las universidades me piden "transcripts" se refieren a mi boleta de calificaciones o al título universitario? No se cual de las dos mandar o si se mandan las dos.


Hi there. I'm gonna write in English because Spanish is far from being one of my strengths. Your transcripts are your academic records. I sent both the records and the diploma but you really don't need the latter. I made certified copies of them, which I mailed to LSAC, along with the translations.


Yo hice lo mismo que MFCir, pero además envié el certificado de ranking ya que hay varias universidades que lo piden. Recuerda traducir todo, ojo.
Saludos!
<blockquote><blockquote>Hola, estoy a punto de aplicar a varias universidades pero tengo algunas dudas y no se si me puedan ayudar. Cuando las universidades me piden "transcripts" se refieren a mi boleta de calificaciones o al título universitario? No se cual de las dos mandar o si se mandan las dos.</blockquote>

Hi there. I'm gonna write in English because Spanish is far from being one of my strengths. Your transcripts are your academic records. I sent both the records and the diploma but you really don't need the latter. I made certified copies of them, which I mailed to LSAC, along with the translations.</blockquote>

Yo hice lo mismo que MFCir, pero además envié el certificado de ranking ya que hay varias universidades que lo piden. Recuerda traducir todo, ojo.
Saludos!
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rbk.mde
Hola, estoy a punto de aplicar a varias universidades pero tengo algunas dudas y no se si me puedan ayudar. Cuando las universidades me piden "transcripts" se refieren a mi boleta de calificaciones o al título universitario? No se cual de las dos mandar o si se mandan las dos.


Hi there. I'm gonna write in English because Spanish is far from being one of my strengths. Your transcripts are your academic records. I sent both the records and the diploma but you really don't need the latter. I made certified copies of them, which I mailed to LSAC, along with the translations.


Yo hice lo mismo que MFCir, pero además envié el certificado de ranking ya que hay varias universidades que lo piden. Recuerda traducir todo, ojo.
Saludos!


Thank you both so much!
<blockquote><blockquote><blockquote>Hola, estoy a punto de aplicar a varias universidades pero tengo algunas dudas y no se si me puedan ayudar. Cuando las universidades me piden "transcripts" se refieren a mi boleta de calificaciones o al título universitario? No se cual de las dos mandar o si se mandan las dos.</blockquote>

Hi there. I'm gonna write in English because Spanish is far from being one of my strengths. Your transcripts are your academic records. I sent both the records and the diploma but you really don't need the latter. I made certified copies of them, which I mailed to LSAC, along with the translations.</blockquote>

Yo hice lo mismo que MFCir, pero además envié el certificado de ranking ya que hay varias universidades que lo piden. Recuerda traducir todo, ojo.
Saludos!</blockquote>

Thank you both so much!
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jamon
Hola, estoy a punto de aplicar a varias universidades pero tengo algunas dudas y no se si me puedan ayudar. Cuando las universidades me piden "transcripts" se refieren a mi boleta de calificaciones o al título universitario? No se cual de las dos mandar o si se mandan las dos.


Hi there. I'm gonna write in English because Spanish is far from being one of my strengths. Your transcripts are your academic records. I sent both the records and the diploma but you really don't need the latter. I made certified copies of them, which I mailed to LSAC, along with the translations.


Yo hice lo mismo que MFCir, pero además envié el certificado de ranking ya que hay varias universidades que lo piden. Recuerda traducir todo, ojo.
Saludos!


Thank you both so much!


Yo hice lo mismo. He contratado a un traductor certificado. Mucha suerte!
<blockquote><blockquote><blockquote><blockquote>Hola, estoy a punto de aplicar a varias universidades pero tengo algunas dudas y no se si me puedan ayudar. Cuando las universidades me piden "transcripts" se refieren a mi boleta de calificaciones o al título universitario? No se cual de las dos mandar o si se mandan las dos.</blockquote>

Hi there. I'm gonna write in English because Spanish is far from being one of my strengths. Your transcripts are your academic records. I sent both the records and the diploma but you really don't need the latter. I made certified copies of them, which I mailed to LSAC, along with the translations.</blockquote>

Yo hice lo mismo que MFCir, pero además envié el certificado de ranking ya que hay varias universidades que lo piden. Recuerda traducir todo, ojo.
Saludos!</blockquote>

Thank you both so much! </blockquote>

Yo hice lo mismo. He contratado a un traductor certificado. Mucha suerte!
quote
AppleLemon
Hola, estoy a punto de aplicar a varias universidades pero tengo algunas dudas y no se si me puedan ayudar. Cuando las universidades me piden "transcripts" se refieren a mi boleta de calificaciones o al título universitario? No se cual de las dos mandar o si se mandan las dos.


Hi there. I'm gonna write in English because Spanish is far from being one of my strengths. Your transcripts are your academic records. I sent both the records and the diploma but you really don't need the latter. I made certified copies of them, which I mailed to LSAC, along with the translations.


Yo hice lo mismo que MFCir, pero además envié el certificado de ranking ya que hay varias universidades que lo piden. Recuerda traducir todo, ojo.
Saludos!


Thank you both so much!


Yo hice lo mismo. He contratado a un traductor certificado. Mucha suerte!


Hola jamón!
Bienvenido al grupo :)

Me evaluaron mis transcripts above average. Sirve de algo??

I'm going to write it in English, so that everybody can understand me: LSAC has evaluated my transcripts above average, does it help to some extent in my applications? I hope that you could help me :)
<blockquote><blockquote><blockquote><blockquote><blockquote>Hola, estoy a punto de aplicar a varias universidades pero tengo algunas dudas y no se si me puedan ayudar. Cuando las universidades me piden "transcripts" se refieren a mi boleta de calificaciones o al título universitario? No se cual de las dos mandar o si se mandan las dos.</blockquote>

Hi there. I'm gonna write in English because Spanish is far from being one of my strengths. Your transcripts are your academic records. I sent both the records and the diploma but you really don't need the latter. I made certified copies of them, which I mailed to LSAC, along with the translations.</blockquote>

Yo hice lo mismo que MFCir, pero además envié el certificado de ranking ya que hay varias universidades que lo piden. Recuerda traducir todo, ojo.
Saludos!</blockquote>

Thank you both so much! </blockquote>

Yo hice lo mismo. He contratado a un traductor certificado. Mucha suerte!</blockquote>

Hola jamón!
Bienvenido al grupo :)

Me evaluaron mis transcripts above average. Sirve de algo??

I'm going to write it in English, so that everybody can understand me: LSAC has evaluated my transcripts above average, does it help to some extent in my applications? I hope that you could help me :)
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