UPenn Fall 2015


k818

Declined my offer yesterday. Good luck everyone!

Declined my offer yesterday. Good luck everyone!
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SergioAD

Declined my offer yesterday as well!

Declined my offer yesterday as well!
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Fararara

Has anyone accepted/declined their offer yet? If anyone has any information that could be of use to waitlisted applicants please do share.


Best,
S.

Has anyone accepted/declined their offer yet? If anyone has any information that could be of use to waitlisted applicants please do share.


Best,
S.
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arallm

Declined my offer. Good luck!

Declined my offer. Good luck!
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forzik

has anyone who has paid the initial deposit received a scholarship offer today? alternatively, has anyone of those who declined the admission offer initially been offered a scholarship afterwards (perhaps today)? thanks for sharing

has anyone who has paid the initial deposit received a scholarship offer today? alternatively, has anyone of those who declined the admission offer initially been offered a scholarship afterwards (perhaps today)? thanks for sharing
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tloregina

just wanna ask when will they start to give out offers for the WL-ers ? anybody knows?

just wanna ask when will they start to give out offers for the WL-ers ? anybody knows?
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Fararara

I am wondering as well. They should start soon since the deposit deadline just passed.

I am wondering as well. They should start soon since the deposit deadline just passed.
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tloregina

I am wondering as well. They should start soon since the deposit deadline just passed.


maybe today will be the start date? but i'm not sure whether they will be off-work since today is the easter

<blockquote>I am wondering as well. They should start soon since the deposit deadline just passed.</blockquote>

maybe today will be the start date? but i'm not sure whether they will be off-work since today is the easter
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Kitty-Su

Feeling worried. When are the wait listed decisions coming. Everything is on hold until then :(

Feeling worried. When are the wait listed decisions coming. Everything is on hold until then :(
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CorpLawyer

I did mail them about the same and got a response that they will turn to the waitlisted candidates starting this week!

I did mail them about the same and got a response that they will turn to the waitlisted candidates starting this week!
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wmendezjr

Did your status disappeared after you were waitlisted? or is it because a new decision is going to be made?

Did your status disappeared after you were waitlisted? or is it because a new decision is going to be made?
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I made the first deposit at Georgetown, but I confess that UPenn is something that might make me reconsider things. I hope they release those decisions soon enough.

I made the first deposit at Georgetown, but I confess that UPenn is something that might make me reconsider things. I hope they release those decisions soon enough.
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Hey!
I guess we are in the same situation then.
I did the same- paid the depsit for Georgetown and waitlisted at UPenn. Hope to get a positive response from U Penn.

Hey!
I guess we are in the same situation then.
I did the same- paid the depsit for Georgetown and waitlisted at UPenn. Hope to get a positive response from U Penn.
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Same here! unless got admitted by Upenn from its waitlist, I will go to georgetown.

but do you favor upenn over gt for sure? if I do not study corporate law, but human rights/civil rights/ equality, should I still consider upenn for its higher ranking than gt?

thank you for all the sharing here. and good luck to all of you!

Same here! unless got admitted by Upenn from its waitlist, I will go to georgetown.

but do you favor upenn over gt for sure? if I do not study corporate law, but human rights/civil rights/ equality, should I still consider upenn for its higher ranking than gt?

thank you for all the sharing here. and good luck to all of you!
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@ prejudicecuo : Of course UPenn is an Ivy league and is among the top 10 in the general ranking but when it comes to working opportunities, DC offers more possibilities for my specialty (IBEL). On the other hand , Pennsylvania is near DC.

Regarding human law, I am not sure. I have heard that Columbia, NYU and Harvard have strong programs. I know Georgetown offers one, but I don't know how strong it is.


@ ladylawyerMJ and prejudicecuo : We are discussing many things at the topic "Georgetown - Housing, Health plan, tuition" in case you are interested.

@ prejudicecuo : Of course UPenn is an Ivy league and is among the top 10 in the general ranking but when it comes to working opportunities, DC offers more possibilities for my specialty (IBEL). On the other hand , Pennsylvania is near DC.

Regarding human law, I am not sure. I have heard that Columbia, NYU and Harvard have strong programs. I know Georgetown offers one, but I don't know how strong it is.


@ ladylawyerMJ and prejudicecuo : We are discussing many things at the topic "Georgetown - Housing, Health plan, tuition" in case you are interested.
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thank you so much for your opinion @Joy Hopeful. I understand that DC offers more opportunities and UPenn is not that far away from DC, but when i am studying for LLM in Pen, i am not sure if I can work part time in DC at the same time [which i believe is unlikely?]

I would love to go to the three schools you have mentioned, but unfortunately, I was rejected by NYU and I did not apply to Harvard or Columbia. (TAT)

I will definitely check the post! thx for the info!


@ prejudicecuo : Of course UPenn is an Ivy league and is among the top 10 in the general ranking but when it comes to working opportunities, DC offers more possibilities for my specialty (IBEL). On the other hand , Pennsylvania is near DC.

Regarding human law, I am not sure. I have heard that Columbia, NYU and Harvard have strong programs. I know Georgetown offers one, but I don't know how strong it is.


@ ladylawyerMJ and prejudicecuo : We are discussing many things at the topic "Georgetown - Housing, Health plan, tuition" in case you are interested.

thank you so much for your opinion @Joy Hopeful. I understand that DC offers more opportunities and UPenn is not that far away from DC, but when i am studying for LLM in Pen, i am not sure if I can work part time in DC at the same time [which i believe is unlikely?]

I would love to go to the three schools you have mentioned, but unfortunately, I was rejected by NYU and I did not apply to Harvard or Columbia. (TAT)

I will definitely check the post! thx for the info!


<blockquote>@ prejudicecuo : Of course UPenn is an Ivy league and is among the top 10 in the general ranking but when it comes to working opportunities, DC offers more possibilities for my specialty (IBEL). On the other hand , Pennsylvania is near DC.

Regarding human law, I am not sure. I have heard that Columbia, NYU and Harvard have strong programs. I know Georgetown offers one, but I don't know how strong it is.


@ ladylawyerMJ and prejudicecuo : We are discussing many things at the topic "Georgetown - Housing, Health plan, tuition" in case you are interested.</blockquote>
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bzp

thank you so much for your opinion @Joy Hopeful. I understand that DC offers more opportunities and UPenn is not that far away from DC, but when i am studying for LLM in Pen, i am not sure if I can work part time in DC at the same time [which i believe is unlikely?]

I would love to go to the three schools you have mentioned, but unfortunately, I was rejected by NYU and I did not apply to Harvard or Columbia. (TAT)

I will definitely check the post! thx for the info!


@ prejudicecuo : Of course UPenn is an Ivy league and is among the top 10 in the general ranking but when it comes to working opportunities, DC offers more possibilities for my specialty (IBEL). On the other hand , Pennsylvania is near DC.

Regarding human law, I am not sure. I have heard that Columbia, NYU and Harvard have strong programs. I know Georgetown offers one, but I don't know how strong it is.


@ ladylawyerMJ and prejudicecuo : We are discussing many things at the topic "Georgetown - Housing, Health plan, tuition" in case you are interested.


You can't work part-time at all while studying. Unless you applied for the part-time LLM (does it even exist in UPenn?).

<blockquote>thank you so much for your opinion @Joy Hopeful. I understand that DC offers more opportunities and UPenn is not that far away from DC, but when i am studying for LLM in Pen, i am not sure if I can work part time in DC at the same time [which i believe is unlikely?]

I would love to go to the three schools you have mentioned, but unfortunately, I was rejected by NYU and I did not apply to Harvard or Columbia. (TAT)

I will definitely check the post! thx for the info!


<blockquote>@ prejudicecuo : Of course UPenn is an Ivy league and is among the top 10 in the general ranking but when it comes to working opportunities, DC offers more possibilities for my specialty (IBEL). On the other hand , Pennsylvania is near DC.

Regarding human law, I am not sure. I have heard that Columbia, NYU and Harvard have strong programs. I know Georgetown offers one, but I don't know how strong it is.


@ ladylawyerMJ and prejudicecuo : We are discussing many things at the topic "Georgetown - Housing, Health plan, tuition" in case you are interested.</blockquote></blockquote>

You can't work part-time at all while studying. Unless you applied for the part-time LLM (does it even exist in UPenn?).
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Actually, you can if it is a non-paid externship. Georgetown and Columbia offer this oportunity. I don't know about UPenn.

Actually, you can if it is a non-paid externship. Georgetown and Columbia offer this oportunity. I don't know about UPenn.
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bzp

Actually, you can if it is a non-paid externship. Georgetown and Columbia offer this oportunity. I don't know about UPenn.


Oh yea, sure! I thought he meant a paid job!

<blockquote>Actually, you can if it is a non-paid externship. Georgetown and Columbia offer this oportunity. I don't know about UPenn.</blockquote>

Oh yea, sure! I thought he meant a paid job!
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mpgrijalva

Anyone received a scholarships from the second round or has any information regarding this issue?

Anyone received a scholarships from the second round or has any information regarding this issue?
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