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My oasis status hasn't changed from file incomplete since I submitted my LSAT writing on the 15th of December. Should I be patient or should I try to get in touch with someone?

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Give them a call. It won't affect you negatively and you'll get an answer

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My application status was just changed to incomplete and I was given an email to contact for details which I have reached out to. Did they tell you why it said incomplete? 

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On 1/15/2020 at 11:31 AM, afzus said:

My application status was just changed to incomplete and I was given an email to contact for details which I have reached out to. Did they tell you why it said incomplete? 

I knew that my file was incomplete because I hadn't submitted the LSAT writing until quite late in the process. The status page did not offer any additional information. I emailed them last week to let them know that I had submitted by LSAT writing. They updated my file after receiving my email. 

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