but it really seemed like emails came out pretty quick, so I would just make sure you check your email every day towards the end of the day, especially the junk. This site didn't tell me the results before my email ever did and the timing of my decisions didnt really match up with any of my application time-twins
I'm def overthinking this but i received an "application received" email from one school yesterday and about an hour ago i just got another one??? is this concerning or just an error sending twice somehow
from what I'm reading applying in December shouldn't hurt you too much just make sure you have everything else in your app ready to go. Last year I had hangup after hangup and got pushed to apply at the very end of the cycle so I decided to pull my apps and try this year instead
@cryptanon: I think a couple schools (I've noticed this w usc and washu) have changed their status checker systems? Like instead of logging via a separate status check username and password, the status checker link takes you to the LSAC login page and you have to log in with your LSAC account
im confused... ive been looking at the recent decision list and people are saying they're getting in at UVA and UGA and when I click on their profile it says school year 2021-2022 but some people have their sent dates as sep 4 and then other schools at dec 4... does the 2021-2022 mean last cycle or this cycle?
@whyisthelsatsohard: congrats!! so yes, schools will send you an email with your log-in info. it might take a while for some schools, so don't get worried! i know for example that I think Mich said they wouldn't be sending out status checkers until October
For those who have received unsolicited fee waivers from schools, should those reflect when you first begin the application and it shows the application fee $ amount? Or does the waiver apply at the end when you're checking out?
@GoofyFuturisticFlounder: So I started this late last cycle which was not great but I learned a lot watching alot of people do well and alot of people fall flat. First, just like college apps have schools that are a resonable reach, a moderate chance, and fall back schools. Next thing and probably one of my biggest deciding factors was geography. Where I want to end up. (easier to land a job in x state if you are a graduate of a x state school). Look at good or bad reputations of the school. One
One lesson I learned last year, for first time appliers, is to keep all school status checkers the same password when you change it. They will send you a temporary log in and then you change. Somehow since it is all linked through LSAC, if you change one you will not be able to get in the others