« on: June 02, 2007, 09:41:51 PM »
Well, I appreciate all the advice. Mississippi is not my first choice but that's another story.
The LSAT again? No, probably not.
One year of school and a bunch of debt and all those concerns, not an issue for me. I'd rather regret making a mistake than regret not taking a chance. If you never fail then you're not trying anything difficult.
30-50k in debt possibly for nothing? So what, that's the price of a nice car, I'll walk.
Believe me, I'd love to go to another school. If I come off some waitlists then who knows this might be a distant memory; a decision I was faced with and didn't need to make.
Anyways, I did find some advice useful, or at least it helped me think. Their are always doom and gloom people, some call themselves realists and others pessimistic, they can only think geometrically or in other words, they lack vision.
I've been leaning towards staying another year but it makes me cringe, I think it might come down to how much my employer will pay me. By the way, yes they know I want to leave and I will only be there for another year. I have no reservations about telling them I'm leaving and if they want me to stay for another year, I need to be paid more.
They need me much more than I need them at this point.
Botbot and Gwiz,thanks for the input.