Thanks for your thoughts - they are all appreciated!
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I took the LSAT, applied, got in to good school, and then accepted the offer of admission. The past couple weeks, however, have been the first time I actually thought about ATTENDING law school as seriously as ever, and the more I think about it, the more I really don't want to do it. I mean REALLY don't want to do it, not just having cold feet. Every reason I can think of about why I should do have to do with following through, making the most of it, seeking the prestige, and having the credential. There are number of extenuating circumstances, but I am certain that if I went, I would in many ways just be forcing myself to follow through with it. That wouldn't be the end of the world, but I am questioning if maybe I should just listen to my gut and pull out before it's too late... what would you all do? Just curious...
$137 PLUS living expenses? Tuition ad fees are only $23K per year in-state (which everyone can get after 1st year). I'm planning on the budget will be about $120, living expenses included. This makes it about $30K less than most other schools in it's class.
« on: April 24, 2005, 02:31:23 PM »
How did you manage to get the out-of-state tuition fee waiver? Is that considered a scholarship or grant? I would love to get that for myself at Berkeley...