Law Waitlist Letter - New Clients

Congratulations! You weren’t rejected. Unfortunately, you weren’t accepted either. You’re in that peculiar purgatory known as the Waitlist.

Your situation represents an opportunity: your chance to move your application from the waitlist to the accepted list. It’s clear that the adcom members like you. You’ve met their requirements. The waitlist just means they ran out of room. What can you do to enhance your chances of being plucked off that list when a space opens up?

Here’s where Accepted can help you. We have been advising waitlisted applicants for years and editing their waitlist letters. Even if you haven’t worked with Accepted previously, we would be happy to assist you in developing a compelling letter that will:

  • Give the school more reasons to admit you.
  • Address any concerns the school might have raised.
  • Reinforce the fit between you and the school.
  • Present you with polish.
  • Save you time.

With our New Client Waitlist Letter Package, your consultant will review your application to the law school that put you on the waitlist and have a brief interview with you prior to sending you a suggested outline for your waitlist letter. The outline gives you guidance and direction as you write. After you finish drafting the letter, your consultant will edit it. You will go back and forth with drafts until you and your consultant are satisfied.

You’ve spent thousands of dollars on LSAT prep, applications, etc. You’re so close now. Make sure your waitlist letter is as good as you are.

For clients who didn't use Accepted for essay assistance at the waitlisting school.

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