« on: February 23, 2006, 02:25:13 PM »
I'm just trying to figure out if there's any conceivable way, assuming I'm rejected at Stanford, that I can justify picking another school over Harvard. I'm not trying to brag or come off as a jerk, because I spent a long time trying to convince people to pick Duke over Harvard and Yale and Stanford for undergrad. And I genuinely believe there are good reasons to pick Duke over those schools for undergrad. But for law school? I'm just having trouble seeing it.
For the record, I'm also in at UVA and Duke, and anticipate but of course cannot guarantee acceptances at Georgetown, UCLA, and Michigan. I'd be happy to attend any of these, but...
So it comes back to the question in the thread title. If it's so ridiculous to pick a school like UVA over Harvard, where are those 31% going? They can't all be going to Yale and Stanford, right? Just throwing this out there. And rambling. Answer in full or in part, at will.