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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?
Such grade deflation is fairly common amongst public schools, and though adcomms know this(I'd be willing to bet), it doesn't help with USN&WR to say, "But half of our students came from publics!"
The average GPA is 2.99 here, and we're too much lower than W&M.
What's the meal plan like? Does it allow you to eat meals at other places besides the Lawyer's Club Commons? Are there RAs and the like in the Lawyer's Club? What's the layout like?
How's the snow? I'm from Southern California, and have never spent any significant time in a real "Winter," and indeed only a little bit even in Northern California, which is temperate compared to Michigan. Will I be all right provided I stay indoors and get big coats?
How is it meeting undergraduates? Does Michigan tap law students to TA any classes? Are there any other available opportunities for fellowships/the like?
More in a bit.