All of the top law schools have some sort of housing specifically for law school students. Yale, Harvard, Stanford...Berkeley has a lot of grad housing.
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It's in my sig, actually. UCSB-University of California, Santa Barbara. I won't be somewhere else, but I can drive to another test location, say, in LA, if need be. It's too late to change my test center now, but I can change test date and loc for June if I want.
« on: November 20, 2005, 08:23:16 AM »
Bonkers, your metaphors scare me. D&D?
I put on my robe and wizard hat...
We'll see how I'm doing in diagnostics the week before the Dec test date. If it's not satisfactory, I'll blow off studying for a few more months until May.
Edit: Also, I've heard TERRIBLE things about the testing center here on campus. It's a poorly lit theatre style lecture hall with tiny desk thingies. I'd rather go somewhere with actual tables and lights.
Law School Applications / Re: Most Relevant Lyrics from a Journey Song that Describe your Application Cycle« on: November 20, 2005, 07:04:44 AM »
99 problems, but a female dog ain't one...
Sorry, bad mood.
Still, Chapman is WAY down there from USC. You're talking about a basically unranked school compared to top 20. If you have any shot at USC at all, you should be applying to better schools than Chapman for your safeties, somewhere in T2 maybe, depending on your LSAT.