I got a letter yesterday from Michigan releasing me from its waitlist. Not too surprising considering what I've been reading but wondering if others got this as well?
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« on: March 14, 2006, 04:36:51 PM »
This is the dilemma I'm facing. I guess CW says taking on the debt at Cornell would be worth it. Honestly, I LOVED the school and it seems like students are pretty much guaranteed a high paying job. But BU (where I did undergrad) is still top 20 and 60k saved is a lot of money. Any thoughts?
« on: February 26, 2006, 01:10:55 PM »
I went to the ND admitted student day last Friday and I have to say I was really impressed. Considering that I'm a very liberal atheist, this surprised me a little bit! I met so many students there and they all loved it. I seriously asked at least 20 of them why they ended up choosing Notre Dame. Most said they were just so impressed with how nice people were and I definitely felt it. I'm even more seriously considering it now. Let me know if you want any more specific details!
« on: February 15, 2006, 12:57:39 PM »
I was wondering if anyone here could shed some light on how competitive, etc., Cornell students are? Obviously, law students are competitive by nature but I didn't know if anyone knew about Cornell specifically. I'm visiting in a few weeks but was hoping to hear something in advance. Thanks!
Okay, so I've just discovered this website and it is fabulous. My top 3 picks right now are Cornell, Wash U and Notre Dame. I have plans to visit all three. I want to ask your thoughts about these schools. I got scholarships at Wash U and ND, but probably won't get anything at Cornell because it's need-based. What I'm wondering are people's impressions of each of these schools and also how much more likely I'll be able to get a job out of Cornell vs. the others (i.e., so it's ok to take on the debt.) Thanks in advance!