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#1 CarbolicSmoke

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Posted 31 December 2016 - 07:19 PM

- How soon should I be preparing for the transfer applications? Should I get started right now?

- How long does it usually take to get a letter of permission from law schools in general? (e.g. 1 week?)

- UT asks for an official copy of my transcript, even if it is not finalized by May 1st. I am sure that my grades will not be finalized by then. Then should I send another copy of my transcript once my grades are finalized?

- LSAT score submission - on top of selecting the UT program on LSAC website, should I send another transcript to UT? Or does LSAC do that automatically, so I don't need to be concerned?

 



#2 Luckycharm

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Posted 01 January 2017 - 09:10 AM

- How soon should I be preparing for the transfer applications? Should I get started right now?

   

- How long does it usually take to get a letter of permission from law schools in general? (e.g. 1 week?)

- UT asks for an official copy of my transcript, even if it is not finalized by May 1st. I am sure that my grades will not be finalized by then. Then should I send another copy of my transcript once my grades are finalized?

- LSAT score submission - on top of selecting the UT program on LSAC website, should I send another transcript to UT? Or does LSAC do that automatically, so I don't need to be concerned?

 

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Application Deadline
For admission in the 2017-2018 academic year, applications open(ed) in August 2016 and are to be received by 11:59 pm EDT May 1, 2017.  Applications must be received by this deadline even if law school marks for the current year are not yet available.