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Windsor Dual JD Extended (2 extra weeks) - May 15th

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Concerning for current applicants who have not heard back. Do you think that means that the applicant pool is not competitive and they are looking for more applicants? I applied on April 21st, 2019 after it became relevant for my current career path.. 

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What the heck...... I'm also wondering what this means for waitlisted students..

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Did you all also know that its a completely separate application? Does that mean basically anything on SAM except your grades, LSAT score and the dual JD application form was not sent? 

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10 hours ago, theboy said:

What are your stats?

158 LSAT CGPA 3.75 L2: 3.81. 

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On 5/6/2019 at 8:42 PM, monnnnz said:

What the heck...... I'm also wondering what this means for waitlisted students..

I applied to the Windsor jd program and did not get in. They then emailed for me to apply to the dual. My cousin who currently goes to Windsor law says this likely indicates that they did not receive enough applicants. Not sure if this helps ! 

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14 minutes ago, Alexandrajmathieu said:

I applied to the Windsor jd program and did not get in. They then emailed for me to apply to the dual. My cousin who currently goes to Windsor law says this likely indicates that they did not receive enough applicants. Not sure if this helps ! 

I wonder what their idea of "not enough" means, also wondering how many additional applicants there were once deadlines were extended.

Does anyone know if Windsor's extension has happened in previous cycles?

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2 hours ago, monnnnz said:

I wonder what their idea of "not enough" means, also wondering how many additional applicants there were once deadlines were extended.

Does anyone know if Windsor's extension has happened in previous cycles?

As far as I know, it is the first time for Windsor to extend the application deadline for Dual JD.

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43 minutes ago, ArchivesandMuseums said:

As far as I know, it is the first time for Windsor to extend the application deadline for Dual JD.

It was extended last year as well. 

 

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12 minutes ago, LuckyCommander said:

It was extended last year as well. 

 

Oh, thank you very much for rectifying my misinformation. I appreciate it. 

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