« on: April 02, 2009, 03:21:06 PM »
For Fall 2008 1L's, median age was 23. Not that 1 year really makes difference...
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A couple of questions for the Emory folk...
Sounds like you all really enjoy your classmates (for the most part). How diverse is the student body in terms of age? Are most students under 25? How much company would I have as a 30 yr old?
Also - how many students at Emory are married? How many are parents?
I've lived in ATL for most of the past 10 years, and more or less expect to stay here. I'm married, and have two kids under the age of 5... so we're pretty settled in. My decision essentially comes down to Emory vs. GSU (though to be honest, I haven't heard back from Emory yet, so this could be an easier decision than I think!)
Anyway. There are a several factors related to having a family that sort of incline me toward GSU. But I thought I'd interrupt Those Talking Amongst Themselves long enough to get some info on the social scene. Any thoughts?
Heyo, big day tomorrow huh? I predict 35 Bs and 35 B+s.
Gowi, good looks on the Crunchtime. Crucial.
Are there any Emory 1Ls who can tell me wtf Vertinsky means by "contract"? Also am looking for advice on her use of the term "enforcement," if anybody has that info in a nutshell version.
Why is Emory such a pain in the ass that they won't let me pay for my app like normal schools?
Sorry dude. It's just, we were sitting around at lunch the other day, and somebody said, bros, let's complicate our application process. And we were all pretty bored, so we said, yeah, whatever. And I guess that guy wound up doing it. He's not real popular, if that makes you feel any better.
I'm still going to apply, but man, it is discouraging to have to go to the money order place like *insert insensitive comparison here*. I haven't used a check in ages and I refuse to order a book for 1 application.