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Pre-Law in high school / Re: community college+ transfer VS. 4 year univ.
« on: January 30, 2006, 03:43:06 AM »
I have done some research and an A.A degree counts towards a B.A (which is the only prereq for Law school as I understand)

After you get your A.A at a C.C you transfer to a univ for another two years and a B.A

The B.A allows you to go to law school

Am I correct?

It says that the A.A "transfers as a package" meaning that it counts as two full years.

Many have said C.C doesn't fully prepare you for Univ / law school.

Do you agree/disagree?

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General Off-Topic Board / send the PSs here. i love reading them
« on: January 29, 2006, 08:02:37 PM »
send them over by pm..

I'll read them and tell you what I think (I'm a HS student so you will get a different point of view)

:D

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Law School Applications / Re: my PS...will anyone read?
« on: January 29, 2006, 07:16:16 PM »
send here br0

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Pre-Law in high school / community college+ transfer VS. 4 year univ.
« on: January 29, 2006, 05:45:44 PM »
Hi,

My state has a program called "running start". Basically, you can go to college your Junior and Senior years of Highschool and finish 2 years of community college. It lets me get an A.A degree (associates degree).

Is it a disadvantage to get two years done in community college (get a 4.0) then transfer to a good undergrad?


Here are my choices for the "AA degree"
http://www.greenriver.edu/catalog/ProgramsOfStudy/Default.htm
Out of these offers, which do you recommend for law (which AA degree)

My friend went here and earned his "Paralegal AA degree" and got a job here while he was earning it. I want to work in his law office.. and I would have to start earning the paralegal AA degree in order for them to give me the paying job.
Is it worth it? I want to get some law experience..

sorry for the ugly format

I'm excited to hear what you all think.

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