I'll be sad if I have to go to SC for LS, but I respect it as an institution. Now, they just need to hurry up and buy out the rest of the ghetto so my mom and I can move to San Josť.
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I'm sorry, but Texas is going down. And as I've lived around USC almost all my life, I can tell you that USCers are fine if they stick in student areas around the campus. Everything is within walking distance and people bike a fair bit-though nowhere near the amount they do here at SB.
« on: December 05, 2005, 05:17:54 AM »
I'm personally applying to all the T14s I'd want to go-there's no harm in applying, as the cost is so insignificant compared to law school tuition, the additional prestige/fun/earning power of going to a better school because that one T14 thought you were interesting enough to admit despite numbers that might be mediocre for that school.
USC really is a fine school-and I've been an SC hater almost since I was born, having to grow up in its shadow with no desire to spend any more money than necessary to attend a Tier 1 UG. That having been said, USC is overall a better institution, but obviously if you like the South, it really doesn't matter, does it?
That's pretty good, but since universities tend to know universities, as well as the fact that they are much larger, it makes you much harder to compare-is there grade inflation? How easy was that biology major at a liberal arts college?
Then again, this could just be hoping that going from one UC to another is helpful.