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I know U of M says they take into consideration your Fall grades in figuring out admissions - but how does that work for early offers, seeing as I currently don't have enough credits (without my fall grades) to drop my lowest marks.. will this completely discount me from the early offers? 

 

If it does ... how do the next couple rounds of offers work?

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I know U of M says they take into consideration your Fall grades in figuring out admissions - but how does that work for early offers, seeing as I currently don't have enough credits (without my fall grades) to drop my lowest marks.. will this completely discount me from the early offers?

 

If it does ... how do the next couple rounds of offers work?

Everything had to be completed and submitted by Nov 1 to be considered for early admission. If you had the minimum required credits (so without drops) on your transcript when you applied then you will be considered.

 

I believe the second round of offers go out after the Dec LSAT scores are released.

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Everything had to be completed and submitted by Nov 1 to be considered for early admission. If you had the minimum required credits (so without drops) on your transcript when you applied then you will be considered.

 

I believe the second round of offers go out after the Dec LSAT scores are released.

 

Do you know if the September LSAT would be considered completed and submitted by this date? Because my application page only started to show recently that they had received my score.

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Do you know if the September LSAT would be considered completed and submitted by this date? Because my application page only started to show recently that they had received my score.

I think so. I think you just had to have sat the September LSAT to be considered for early admission. I could be wrong.

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It says on the application bulletin that the last possible LSAT you could write to be eligible for early admission is September 2016. You're not wrong.

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