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Pre-Law in high school / Re: community college+ transfer VS. 4 year univ.
« on: January 30, 2006, 03:43:06 AM »
I have done some research and an A.A degree counts towards a B.A (which is the only prereq for Law school as I understand)

After you get your A.A at a C.C you transfer to a univ for another two years and a B.A

The B.A allows you to go to law school

Am I correct?

It says that the A.A "transfers as a package" meaning that it counts as two full years.

Many have said C.C doesn't fully prepare you for Univ / law school.

Do you agree/disagree?

General Off-Topic Board / send the PSs here. i love reading them
« on: January 29, 2006, 08:02:37 PM »
send them over by pm..

I'll read them and tell you what I think (I'm a HS student so you will get a different point of view)


Law School Applications / Re: my PS...will anyone read?
« on: January 29, 2006, 07:16:16 PM »
send here br0

Pre-Law in high school / community college+ transfer VS. 4 year univ.
« on: January 29, 2006, 05:45:44 PM »

My state has a program called "running start". Basically, you can go to college your Junior and Senior years of Highschool and finish 2 years of community college. It lets me get an A.A degree (associates degree).

Is it a disadvantage to get two years done in community college (get a 4.0) then transfer to a good undergrad?

Here are my choices for the "AA degree"
Out of these offers, which do you recommend for law (which AA degree)

My friend went here and earned his "Paralegal AA degree" and got a job here while he was earning it. I want to work in his law office.. and I would have to start earning the paralegal AA degree in order for them to give me the paying job.
Is it worth it? I want to get some law experience..

sorry for the ugly format

I'm excited to hear what you all think.

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