How long do law school decisions take Reddit? I’ve seen anything from 4-6 weeks and 6-8 weeks. As far as upper ranked schools go, I’ve already been notified and accepted into Wake Forest, George Washington U, and Minnesota.
Is it hard to get into law school Reddit? Getting accepted into a top law school can be an arduous process, and there are no guarantees whatsoever. But if you’re interested in learning more about the admissions process and getting advice from experts, the law school admissions Reddit forum provides some invaluable information.
Does being a minority help law school admissions? Being an under-represented minority (URM) helps you even more than applying ED. Our hypothetical student (164 LSAT score, 3.52 GPA, applying to Emory Law in mid-December) would have seen her expected acceptance rate improve from 50% to 77%—a 27 percentage point increase—if she were a URM.
Do law schools care about legacy? Your background undoubtedly plays a role in the law school admissions process. This might come in the form of “legacy” admissions where last names and alumni donations can overcome subpar scores on the Law School Admission Test (LSAT).