anyone else also take the mcat? what if you did significantly better on the mcat? is it a sign med school is thebetter choice? hmm.. i just had to go and take it....
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« on: September 18, 2005, 05:39:03 AM »
The subject matter says it all. Who's still applying? I am still mulling over the decision. I mean Johnsontown Pa rebuilt and i think New Orleans will be better and safer when it rebuilds as well. I just wonder how much/if Tulane's reputation will suffer.
god i love spoiled college athletes whose parents buy them a townhouse. my fondness of them only grows as three friday nights in a row i have come home around 2 or 3 to find my garage and driveway totally blocked by their friends/teammates/groupies. Last time wasn't so bad, i just blocked their friends cars. yet this time, my car is actually in the garage! But today is the absolute best -- i actually have to be somewhere--and said neighbors aren't sure where their 2 friends belonging to the 2 cars are but they probably will not be back before 10 and they have no keys to the cars. we've gone through this dance before. i don't want to tow the cars -- i cant imagine war with the guys. i'm so tempted to set off the land rovers car alarm system -- then perhaps one of my other neighbors would do the dirty deed?
This is probably a no brainer. When I first took the lsat i was disappointed with the score 158. I took it as a sign that graduate school wasin my future. A year and a half later I sat for the LSAt again, with much better results 168. Now if I wait another year before applying the 158 will not count for many schools. Yet the 168 will, so I won't have to take the average of 163. Therefore my shot at some of my dream schools, looks better. I just worry about the lost year. But then i console myself with the notion of more money in the bank.. I don't know. I've been aout of college now for 3 years and for the greater part of that wrestled with grad school versus law school. I finally made up my mind, and prepared myslef to apply and go. Yet now I am thinking it may be better to wait a year gain some more WE (as i actually now have a real job) that actually looks like work instead of my camp counselor and odd job bits. Any thoughts?
« on: August 23, 2005, 03:59:26 PM »
why? will they calculate the highschool gpa? If you earned a 5 on the AP exam does it really matter that you only earned a C in the highschool?