UCLA and LSAC


MAB79

Hi everybody,

Does anybody know, if it is possible that UCLA requested the LSAC report, but does not want an actual report?^and decides to download each document on a need to have basis?

I am asking because the requested a report a long time ago and LSAC never submitted one. They say, that UCLA does not want to have the whole report but the just some documents instead. This means, that my transcripts are still missing in my UCLA application. So, I am not sure if I have to do anything or if this is the regular way UCLA acts.

Hi everybody,

Does anybody know, if it is possible that UCLA requested the LSAC report, but does not want an actual report?^and decides to download each document on a need to have basis?

I am asking because the requested a report a long time ago and LSAC never submitted one. They say, that UCLA does not want to have the whole report but the just some documents instead. This means, that my transcripts are still missing in my UCLA application. So, I am not sure if I have to do anything or if this is the regular way UCLA acts.

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I cannot respond with respect to LSAC, but I have submitted my transcripts 2x to UCLA, and they still show up as missing. I have emailed UCLA 2x, but have not yet gotten a response.

At least, we still have time before the application deadline.

I cannot respond with respect to LSAC, but I have submitted my transcripts 2x to UCLA, and they still show up as missing. I have emailed UCLA 2x, but have not yet gotten a response.

At least, we still have time before the application deadline.
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MAB79

Yes, we have indeed! So, is UCLA your first choice?

Yes, we have indeed! So, is UCLA your first choice?
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dbk

The LSAC told me the same story. But, if I remember correctly, they eventually submitted a paper report to UCLA.

However, my application was already complete; so, I guess that UCLA only considers the online report from the LSAC.

The LSAC told me the same story. But, if I remember correctly, they eventually submitted a paper report to UCLA.

However, my application was already complete; so, I guess that UCLA only considers the online report from the LSAC.
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omontezuma

The same happened to me. It seems UCLA takes some time to pick up the LSAC reports. This should be reflected in your LSAC account.

The same happened to me. It seems UCLA takes some time to pick up the LSAC reports. This should be reflected in your LSAC account.
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To follow up on my prior post. After corresponding with the admissions department and re-submitting my transcipts, my status has been updated on the UCLA website.

To follow up on my prior post. After corresponding with the admissions department and re-submitting my transcipts, my status has been updated on the UCLA website.
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winter6

Hi
I am in my final year on a UK law degree, I was wandering if i would have to take the LSAC or not? Or is it just for US citizens. Thanks!

Hi
I am in my final year on a UK law degree, I was wandering if i would have to take the LSAC or not? Or is it just for US citizens. Thanks!
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omontezuma

There is a special LSAC service por LLM programs which include non-US students (https://llm.lsac.org). I only recommend it if your are planning to apply to at least 5 Universities in the US. Cost is about US$185 and includes preparation of the report and delivery to 5 universities upon request. Good Luck!

There is a special LSAC service por LLM programs which include non-US students (https://llm.lsac.org). I only recommend it if your are planning to apply to at least 5 Universities in the US. Cost is about US$185 and includes preparation of the report and delivery to 5 universities upon request. Good Luck!
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MAB79

I would not recommend it! The report is not reflecting the credentials very well, because the lsac has absolutely no idea of the educational systems outside the U.S!

I would not recommend it! The report is not reflecting the credentials very well, because the lsac has absolutely no idea of the educational systems outside the U.S!
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jsd

I support that. A senior of mine who applied throuhg LSAC was extremely disappointed. It appears they classified him as above average based on his absolute CGPA despite the fact that he was 2nd in his class of 60.

I support that. A senior of mine who applied throuhg LSAC was extremely disappointed. It appears they classified him as above average based on his absolute CGPA despite the fact that he was 2nd in his class of 60.
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