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good point...im dubm sometimes
No worries. I'm just tired of all the random UGs who seem to think that if you want to be a lawyer, you need to be a Poli Sci major. And of course, the Poli Sci department enjoys the additional UG popularity by raising requirements and doesn't do anything to correct this misperception by offering pre-law minors, so people who didn't have that bias to begin with see the minor...
I should get some bloodtype diversity points.
« on: December 19, 2005, 09:21:30 PM »
I turned down other and in some ways better schools for a girl-bad mistake. You should do whatever you can and go to the best school you can. Of course make whatever arrangements to work things out with the gf.
Top 5 admitted, yes-there's the rub, eh?
« on: December 19, 2005, 09:00:23 PM »
While I can appreciate the perspective given by full-time employment post-graduation, I picked my major because I was going to law school and could afford to major in what I was interested in, rather than something that would secure me a reasonable job for the next few years before I'm "allowed" to go on to law school. Most people choose to go to law school through some combination of the fact that it's something they're interested in and that they don't want to do anything else/their current job any longer-why should anyone be forced to sit through a job that they don't want?
It's our time, and our money-law hopefuls deserve as much respect as anyone else.
In an effort to avoid having a cancelled LSAT on my file, I've simply re-registered for February, with the intention of re-registering for June. Currently, since I don't believe you can register for June, I can't move the date. Will I be able to eventually when the June day comes up, or will I have to cancel first?
If I cancel before the test day, does that even show up as a cancellation as if I'd gone to the test that day and decided later not to have my test be scored?
Or should I just hunker down and wake up at a god-awful early day right after my birthday to take the LSAT at 8 AM?
I think the problem with business is that it's more of a trade skill, something that arguably isn't as academic a subject as the liberal arts and sciences. I don't think you'll get nearly as much grief as if you'd been an Accounting major, however.
Philosophy and English are somewhat rare amongst law school apps, with the majority of people still being Poli Sci for some bizarre reason, at least according to this old data:
« on: December 19, 2005, 08:38:29 PM »
So would the general consensus be that the Y250 is decisive in admissions decisions?