I’m having flashbacks to waking up at 5 a.m. to read applications. I can’t believe who we said no to this year.
— Kristi Jobson, Chief Admissions Officer at Harvard Law School, commenting on what the admissions cycle at the elite school was like during the COVID-19 pandemic. Jobson said her office received more applications than ever before, but that they decided to admit conservatively to manage the number of students who accepted an offer of admission.
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