Still have two more months of work left and am getting BORED on the job-so I thought I'd see who else around was planning on being in Seattle this fall?
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« on: January 31, 2007, 04:16:28 PM »
I graduated in 2000 and I'm feeling like I've been out of school for a long time and am a little nervous about starting law school in the fall (going to University of Washington). I currently work as an international student advisor at a local community college and it would be fairly convenient and inexpensive to take a class during spring quarter. I'm thinking maybe a logic class, or some econ (the closest I ever came in UG was a political economy class), or maybe some history.
Any thoughts or recommendations?
« on: January 14, 2007, 02:51:29 PM »
I've been lurking awhile, but all the anxious waiting since I got my apps in has started to get to me. Basically I'm in Seattle, pretty attached to the city (I've lived here during the seven years since I've finished undergrad). My significant other also loves the city and has a job he's pretty attached to here. So I want to stay, if possible. I applied to Seattle U and UW, but I'm really hoping for UW. I think I have a decent shot (166/3.78) but I'm nervous all the sudden. Anyone have a sense from last year if UW waited until April 1st or if anyone found out earlier? I also applied to Chicago as kind of a long-shot, why the heck not kind of thing. Anyways, any thoughts much appreciated!