« on: December 26, 2005, 04:40:30 PM »
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What's the fastest I could expect a decision from schools if I apply right after christmas? (Regular decision of course.) Do most schools actually wait til april? (applying to all UCs in cal. and some others.)
Just got dec. score. 163. according to chiashu i have aprx. 23% at berkeley and like 27% at georgetown. These are my top choices, so how often does someone get in with those chances without anything else spectacular.( no incredible soft factors.)
Also, I have only been looking at california or east coast. I have NO idea about any schools in between. What are some good schools for these numbers? (3.9gpa)
I don't know if they work a 9-5 but it would help to know if they were on the east or west since if they were on the east then it would be unlikely to start receiving scores very late in the evening in pacific time.
« on: December 20, 2005, 07:19:58 PM »
One of my practices was a 154, all others in the 160s... but there is still a possibility that i bombed this. So what you all do if you ended up with that kind of score ?(no offense to those who scored in 150s, just that I practiced higher than that)
What about some place like arizona state? I've always wanted to live in AZ since it's so cheap and warm. So would you not go at all, or change plans entirely?
Georgetown has you put your schools attended and everything in your resume. I went to four different schools... that's not going to fit on my resume. Think it's ok if I have a seperate atachment for 'additional institutions attended' or something like that? or a two page resume?
I was just looking at cornell's website and they sure emphasize international law. (although they say they do not specialize) Is this school mainly for people interested in international law or is it still a great school if i want to go into say corporate law or maybe family law?