I have decided on Pitt, so I am commenting on this board---
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I have decided I am going to go to one. I figure it can't hurt anything and maybe it can help. A little more debt isn't going to make any difference anyway.
So, I have narrowed it down to Law Preview, BarBri law school prep program or the Law Masters series (rec by Anna Ivey)
Any advice on which one is best, (or for some of you, the least worst).
Is anyone else enrolling in any?
« on: March 31, 2006, 02:19:58 AM »
So after deciding on Pitt, results are released and they are falling, specifically behind the other two schools I have gotten into--and withdrawn from.
so does this even matter. Should I say screw the rankings and not overanalyze it
maybe I should hang myself b/c I didn't break 170 and am not going to a t-14
either way, I am cheering for the Republicans in the mid-term elections----it seems whomever I cheer for or pick lately ends up losing---so maybe I should just go with it
My husband was just accepted to Pitt grad school and I havent heard from the law school yet. Can I let the law school know he was accepted and that they are my first choice, or is that completely not cool? Would letting them know ruin chances for scholarships, since they would know they can get me with just an acceptance?
I have two personal statements and an addendum (GPA/academic probation) that I would like some feedback on. I already submitted them to a bunch of schools, but am thinking of applying to a few more and wanted to get some opinions on them before I do.
I would love to read anyone's that reads mine!!!
I am thinking about applying to a couple of more schools. You can check out my lsn to see where I have already applied to and my stats. I would love to know your opinions on comparisons of the schools below and thoughts on their MBA/JD programs
St. John's versus Hofstra
Temple versus Uof Pitt versus Duquesne
Suffolk verus Northeastern
It has come to that point where I am totally freaked out that I only applied to schools who cannot wait to send me a rejection letter. So I am thinking of applying to a few more schools. The great question, and it has been asked before, is where? Here are a few I am looking at. I would love to know anyone's thoughts on subjects such as my chances ( i know you are all tired of that) chances of transferring out and comparisons of the schools --you can check out where I have already applied to and my stats at lsn.
U of Maryland
U of Baltimore
New England School of Law
U of Pitt
I cannot and will not apply to all of these---my husband might just kill me.
This probably isn't the place to put this topic, but I don't know where else to put it so here it is. What are some good book to read before starting law school? Im not working over Christmas break and could use some useful reading in case any school ever decides to show me some love.