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emily717

I emailed them yesterday morning on the waiting time of admission decisions, no response yet...


Post as soon as you hear!

If you do :/ - supposedly they're notoriously bad at replying to enquiries...

<blockquote>I emailed them yesterday morning on the waiting time of admission decisions, no response yet... </blockquote>

Post as soon as you hear!

If you do :/ - supposedly they're notoriously bad at replying to enquiries...
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Jlybnn

I emailed them yesterday morning on the waiting time of admission decisions, no response yet...


Post as soon as you hear!

If you do :/ - supposedly they're notoriously bad at replying to enquiries...


I think so. I emailed them last week to ask about the decisions, and I haven't heard back from them yet. :/

<blockquote><blockquote>I emailed them yesterday morning on the waiting time of admission decisions, no response yet... </blockquote>

Post as soon as you hear!

If you do :/ - supposedly they're notoriously bad at replying to enquiries... </blockquote>

I think so. I emailed them last week to ask about the decisions, and I haven't heard back from them yet. :/
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emily717



I think so. I emailed them last week to ask about the decisions, and I haven't heard back from them yet. :/


Only a week today until we're likely to hear! Not long left... is UCLA your 1st choice?

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I think so. I emailed them last week to ask about the decisions, and I haven't heard back from them yet. :/</blockquote>

Only a week today until we're likely to hear! Not long left... is UCLA your 1st choice?
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Jlybnn



I think so. I emailed them last week to ask about the decisions, and I haven't heard back from them yet. :/


Only a week today until we're likely to hear! Not long left... is UCLA your 1st choice?


I am not sure if it is my first choice. I am a bit confused. I have an offer from Georgetown and still waiting for other east coast schools' decisions. However, UCLA seems like a great choice for someone who wants to study Entertainment Law.

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I think so. I emailed them last week to ask about the decisions, and I haven't heard back from them yet. :/</blockquote>

Only a week today until we're likely to hear! Not long left... is UCLA your 1st choice?</blockquote>

I am not sure if it is my first choice. I am a bit confused. I have an offer from Georgetown and still waiting for other east coast schools' decisions. However, UCLA seems like a great choice for someone who wants to study Entertainment Law.
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emily717



I think so. I emailed them last week to ask about the decisions, and I haven't heard back from them yet. :/


Only a week today until we're likely to hear! Not long left... is UCLA your 1st choice?


I am not sure if it is my first choice. I am a bit confused. I have an offer from Georgetown and still waiting other east coast schools' decisions. However, UCLA seems like a great choice for someone who wants to study Entertainment Law.


Do you want to study entertainment? Because LA is definitely the only place to be in the country for entertainment law!! I just love the area.

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I think so. I emailed them last week to ask about the decisions, and I haven't heard back from them yet. :/</blockquote>

Only a week today until we're likely to hear! Not long left... is UCLA your 1st choice?</blockquote>

I am not sure if it is my first choice. I am a bit confused. I have an offer from Georgetown and still waiting other east coast schools' decisions. However, UCLA seems like a great choice for someone who wants to study Entertainment Law. </blockquote>

Do you want to study entertainment? Because LA is definitely the only place to be in the country for entertainment law!! I just love the area.
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Jlybnn



I think so. I emailed them last week to ask about the decisions, and I haven't heard back from them yet. :/


Only a week today until we're likely to hear! Not long left... is UCLA your 1st choice?


I am not sure if it is my first choice. I am a bit confused. I have an offer from Georgetown and still waiting other east coast schools' decisions. However, UCLA seems like a great choice for someone who wants to study Entertainment Law.


Do you want to study entertainment? Because LA is definitely the only place to be in the country for entertainment law!! I just love the area.


Yes, that's what I want to practice. Then, let's hope for the best for UCLA's decision.

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I think so. I emailed them last week to ask about the decisions, and I haven't heard back from them yet. :/</blockquote>

Only a week today until we're likely to hear! Not long left... is UCLA your 1st choice?</blockquote>

I am not sure if it is my first choice. I am a bit confused. I have an offer from Georgetown and still waiting other east coast schools' decisions. However, UCLA seems like a great choice for someone who wants to study Entertainment Law. </blockquote>

Do you want to study entertainment? Because LA is definitely the only place to be in the country for entertainment law!! I just love the area.</blockquote>

Yes, that's what I want to practice. Then, let's hope for the best for UCLA's decision.
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emily717



Yes, that's what I want to practice. Then, let's hope for the best for UCLA's decision.


Did you apply to USC? They also have a very good entertainment law program. I don't believe their deadline has passed. You would definitely be better off at UCLA than Georgetown for entertainment.

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Yes, that's what I want to practice. Then, let's hope for the best for UCLA's decision. </blockquote>

Did you apply to USC? They also have a very good entertainment law program. I don't believe their deadline has passed. You would definitely be better off at UCLA than Georgetown for entertainment.
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Jlybnn



Yes, that's what I want to practice. Then, let's hope for the best for UCLA's decision.


Did you apply to USC? They also have a very good entertainment law program. I don't believe their deadline has passed. You would definitely be better off at UCLA than Georgetown for entertainment.


Yes, I already have an offer from USC with a decent scholarship. However, I want to work in the US at least for a few years, and Georgetown might be able to provide more opportunities in terms of finding an employment.

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Yes, that's what I want to practice. Then, let's hope for the best for UCLA's decision. </blockquote>

Did you apply to USC? They also have a very good entertainment law program. I don't believe their deadline has passed. You would definitely be better off at UCLA than Georgetown for entertainment. </blockquote>

Yes, I already have an offer from USC with a decent scholarship. However, I want to work in the US at least for a few years, and Georgetown might be able to provide more opportunities in terms of finding an employment.
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emily717



Yes, that's what I want to practice. Then, let's hope for the best for UCLA's decision.


Did you apply to USC? They also have a very good entertainment law program. I don't believe their deadline has passed. You would definitely be better off at UCLA than Georgetown for entertainment.


Yes, I already have an offer from USC with a decent scholarship. However, I want to work in the US at least for a few years, and Georgetown might be able to provide more opportunities in terms of finding an employment.


If you want to work in entertainment law, the most jobs available for that kind of role would be in LA. Any employer in LA would rather take someone with an LLM from a school in California hands down. They would pick a USC grad over a Georgetown grad for sure.

I guess it depends on your preference... you can choose a school with marginally more overall prestige but less prestige in your field; if you would be happy taking any kind of legal job. Or, if you are dead set on working in entertainment law, you could choose a school which will provide you more opportunity to be in the environment, near the jobs, in CA jurisdiction etc.

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Yes, that's what I want to practice. Then, let's hope for the best for UCLA's decision. </blockquote>

Did you apply to USC? They also have a very good entertainment law program. I don't believe their deadline has passed. You would definitely be better off at UCLA than Georgetown for entertainment. </blockquote>

Yes, I already have an offer from USC with a decent scholarship. However, I want to work in the US at least for a few years, and Georgetown might be able to provide more opportunities in terms of finding an employment. </blockquote>

If you want to work in entertainment law, the most jobs available for that kind of role would be in LA. Any employer in LA would rather take someone with an LLM from a school in California hands down. They would pick a USC grad over a Georgetown grad for sure.

I guess it depends on your preference... you can choose a school with marginally more overall prestige but less prestige in your field; if you would be happy taking any kind of legal job. Or, if you are dead set on working in entertainment law, you could choose a school which will provide you more opportunity to be in the environment, near the jobs, in CA jurisdiction etc.
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noble2014

I certainly know that GPA is not the only one factor to get acceptance, but I am just wondering if one of us has GPA higher than 3.80... Is there anyone who has?

I certainly know that GPA is not the only one factor to get acceptance, but I am just wondering if one of us has GPA higher than 3.80... Is there anyone who has?
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emily717

I certainly know that GPA is not the only one factor to get acceptance, but I am just wondering if one of us has GPA higher than 3.80... Is there anyone who has?


I don't have an official GPA from the UK, but I've read several 'translation estimates' which put me at a 3.75. But that's just a rough guidleline. I imagine people with a GPA higher than a 3.8 would go to a T14 which should mean UCLA aren't too competitive with regards GPA ? I hope so anyway.

<blockquote>I certainly know that GPA is not the only one factor to get acceptance, but I am just wondering if one of us has GPA higher than 3.80... Is there anyone who has?</blockquote>

I don't have an official GPA from the UK, but I've read several 'translation estimates' which put me at a 3.75. But that's just a rough guidleline. I imagine people with a GPA higher than a 3.8 would go to a T14 which should mean UCLA aren't too competitive with regards GPA ? I hope so anyway.
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noble2014

I certainly know that GPA is not the only one factor to get acceptance, but I am just wondering if one of us has GPA higher than 3.80... Is there anyone who has?


I don't have an official GPA from the UK, but I've read several 'translation estimates' which put me at a 3.75. But that's just a rough guidleline. I imagine people with a GPA higher than a 3.8 would go to a T14 which should mean UCLA aren't too competitive with regards GPA ? I hope so anyway.


But how about your LSAC credential (The LLM Credential Assembly Service) grade? Is your GPA superior, or not?

<blockquote><blockquote>I certainly know that GPA is not the only one factor to get acceptance, but I am just wondering if one of us has GPA higher than 3.80... Is there anyone who has?</blockquote>

I don't have an official GPA from the UK, but I've read several 'translation estimates' which put me at a 3.75. But that's just a rough guidleline. I imagine people with a GPA higher than a 3.8 would go to a T14 which should mean UCLA aren't too competitive with regards GPA ? I hope so anyway.</blockquote>

But how about your LSAC credential (The LLM Credential Assembly Service) grade? Is your GPA superior, or not?
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emily717

I certainly know that GPA is not the only one factor to get acceptance, but I am just wondering if one of us has GPA higher than 3.80... Is there anyone who has?


I don't have an official GPA from the UK, but I've read several 'translation estimates' which put me at a 3.75. But that's just a rough guidleline. I imagine people with a GPA higher than a 3.8 would go to a T14 which should mean UCLA aren't too competitive with regards GPA ? I hope so anyway.


But how about your LSAC credential (The LLM Credential Assembly Service) grade? Is your GPA superior, or not?


I didn't realise it was possible to see their evaluation? Where is it located on LSAC?

<blockquote><blockquote><blockquote>I certainly know that GPA is not the only one factor to get acceptance, but I am just wondering if one of us has GPA higher than 3.80... Is there anyone who has?</blockquote>

I don't have an official GPA from the UK, but I've read several 'translation estimates' which put me at a 3.75. But that's just a rough guidleline. I imagine people with a GPA higher than a 3.8 would go to a T14 which should mean UCLA aren't too competitive with regards GPA ? I hope so anyway.</blockquote>

But how about your LSAC credential (The LLM Credential Assembly Service) grade? Is your GPA superior, or not?</blockquote>

I didn't realise it was possible to see their evaluation? Where is it located on LSAC?
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noble2014

I certainly know that GPA is not the only one factor to get acceptance, but I am just wondering if one of us has GPA higher than 3.80... Is there anyone who has?


I don't have an official GPA from the UK, but I've read several 'translation estimates' which put me at a 3.75. But that's just a rough guidleline. I imagine people with a GPA higher than a 3.8 would go to a T14 which should mean UCLA aren't too competitive with regards GPA ? I hope so anyway.


But how about your LSAC credential (The LLM Credential Assembly Service) grade? Is your GPA superior, or not?


I didn't realise it was possible to see their evaluation? Where is it located on LSAC?


You send your transcript, and International Transcript Authentication and Evaluation Service evaluates it; but, I believe, you don't have to use this service.
LSAC >log in> Apply> Credentials. You can see all information about evaluation over there.

<blockquote><blockquote><blockquote><blockquote>I certainly know that GPA is not the only one factor to get acceptance, but I am just wondering if one of us has GPA higher than 3.80... Is there anyone who has?</blockquote>

I don't have an official GPA from the UK, but I've read several 'translation estimates' which put me at a 3.75. But that's just a rough guidleline. I imagine people with a GPA higher than a 3.8 would go to a T14 which should mean UCLA aren't too competitive with regards GPA ? I hope so anyway.</blockquote>

But how about your LSAC credential (The LLM Credential Assembly Service) grade? Is your GPA superior, or not?</blockquote>

I didn't realise it was possible to see their evaluation? Where is it located on LSAC?</blockquote>

You send your transcript, and International Transcript Authentication and Evaluation Service evaluates it; but, I believe, you don't have to use this service.
LSAC >log in> Apply> Credentials. You can see all information about evaluation over there.
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Jlybnn

I certainly know that GPA is not the only one factor to get acceptance, but I am just wondering if one of us has GPA higher than 3.80... Is there anyone who has?


I don't have an official GPA from the UK, but I've read several 'translation estimates' which put me at a 3.75. But that's just a rough guidleline. I imagine people with a GPA higher than a 3.8 would go to a T14 which should mean UCLA aren't too competitive with regards GPA ? I hope so anyway.


But how about your LSAC credential (The LLM Credential Assembly Service) grade? Is your GPA superior, or not?


I didn't realise it was possible to see their evaluation? Where is it located on LSAC?

<blockquote><blockquote><blockquote><blockquote>I certainly know that GPA is not the only one factor to get acceptance, but I am just wondering if one of us has GPA higher than 3.80... Is there anyone who has?</blockquote>

I don't have an official GPA from the UK, but I've read several 'translation estimates' which put me at a 3.75. But that's just a rough guidleline. I imagine people with a GPA higher than a 3.8 would go to a T14 which should mean UCLA aren't too competitive with regards GPA ? I hope so anyway.</blockquote>

But how about your LSAC credential (The LLM Credential Assembly Service) grade? Is your GPA superior, or not?</blockquote>

I didn't realise it was possible to see their evaluation? Where is it located on LSAC?</blockquote>
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emily717



You send your transcript, and International Transcript Authentication and Evaluation Service evaluates it; but, I believe, you don't have to use this service.
LSAC >log in> Apply> Credentials. You can see all information about evaluation over there.


I've looked on the LSAC site before but can't find their evaluation. I paid for the international evaluation service too. Ah well.

<blockquote>

You send your transcript, and International Transcript Authentication and Evaluation Service evaluates it; but, I believe, you don't have to use this service.
LSAC >log in> Apply> Credentials. You can see all information about evaluation over there. </blockquote>

I've looked on the LSAC site before but can't find their evaluation. I paid for the international evaluation service too. Ah well.
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Jlybnn



You send your transcript, and International Transcript Authentication and Evaluation Service evaluates it; but, I believe, you don't have to use this service.
LSAC >log in> Apply> Credentials. You can see all information about evaluation over there.


I've looked on the LSAC site before but can't find their evaluation. I paid for the international evaluation service too. Ah well.


Check your completed reports. You will see the letter C next to every school's report. That's where you can find your evaluation.

<blockquote><blockquote>

You send your transcript, and International Transcript Authentication and Evaluation Service evaluates it; but, I believe, you don't have to use this service.
LSAC >log in> Apply> Credentials. You can see all information about evaluation over there. </blockquote>

I've looked on the LSAC site before but can't find their evaluation. I paid for the international evaluation service too. Ah well.</blockquote>

Check your completed reports. You will see the letter C next to every school's report. That's where you can find your evaluation.
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noble2014



You send your transcript, and International Transcript Authentication and Evaluation Service evaluates it; but, I believe, you don't have to use this service.
LSAC >log in> Apply> Credentials. You can see all information about evaluation over there.


I've looked on the LSAC site before but can't find their evaluation. I paid for the international evaluation service too. Ah well.


Didn't they email you with the attachment after the evaluation?

<blockquote><blockquote>

You send your transcript, and International Transcript Authentication and Evaluation Service evaluates it; but, I believe, you don't have to use this service.
LSAC >log in> Apply> Credentials. You can see all information about evaluation over there. </blockquote>

I've looked on the LSAC site before but can't find their evaluation. I paid for the international evaluation service too. Ah well.</blockquote>

Didn't they email you with the attachment after the evaluation?
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noble2014



You send your transcript, and International Transcript Authentication and Evaluation Service evaluates it; but, I believe, you don't have to use this service.
LSAC >log in> Apply> Credentials. You can see all information about evaluation over there.


I've looked on the LSAC site before but can't find their evaluation. I paid for the international evaluation service too. Ah well.


Didn't they email you with the attachment after the evaluation?


OK. So, either way, check out Apply > Law School Reports. And then you see "International Transcript Evaluation" on the right frame within "My status." Click on the evaluation.

<blockquote><blockquote><blockquote>

You send your transcript, and International Transcript Authentication and Evaluation Service evaluates it; but, I believe, you don't have to use this service.
LSAC >log in> Apply> Credentials. You can see all information about evaluation over there. </blockquote>

I've looked on the LSAC site before but can't find their evaluation. I paid for the international evaluation service too. Ah well.</blockquote>

Didn't they email you with the attachment after the evaluation?</blockquote>

OK. So, either way, check out Apply > Law School Reports. And then you see "International Transcript Evaluation" on the right frame within "My status." Click on the evaluation.
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emily717



Didn't they email you with the attachment after the evaluation?


I never received an email but I've just found the section. It says above average but not superior.

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Didn't they email you with the attachment after the evaluation?</blockquote>

I never received an email but I've just found the section. It says above average but not superior.
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