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Hi, everyone I am currently moving into a new city and a new school that I recently become not to happy with.  I am about 5 hours from my home and want to practice law closer to my home, but decided to attend a school further away because I was not accepted to the local schools and was offered a decent scholarship at the school I am beginning to attend.  My LSAT scores were only 148 and 151 so i did not expect to many acceptances and or money for attedning any law schools.  Now that I am in my new city away from everything, family friends and girlfriend of 4 years, I am regretting my decision more and more.  I still have the option of getting out of my lease and I am definitely considering it.  This is where I need everyones help, I recently have found out that my scholarship is applied to tuition differently than I previouusly thought.  This has not made me to happy and I feel that I am paying more for an education that I may not have necessarily picked a few months ago.  Can you please help me with my choices???

My ideas are to stick it out and go to school.  Hopefully I will be able to transfer, I know this is not a good possibilty however and I do not want to be stuck in this city for 3 years. 

My other option would be to take a year off again, and study for the LSAT, I have never studied for it and took both tests cold.  They are the only two LSAT's that I have taken.  I would enroll in a Kaplan or Powerscore class something along those lines, work part-time and study full time for the december LSAT.  I really want to attend a local school in Pittsburgh such as Duquesne, Pitt or even WVU or Penn State I would be happy with any of those. 

Please help with ideas, or if you think these feelings will go away.  THANX

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General board for soon-to-be 1Ls / Re: hours of studying/day
« on: July 11, 2006, 09:16:21 AM »
you should put an option so we can just see the results without having to vote.  my.02

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Headed to Detroit Mercy!

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my vote is edgy.  if it was a black edgy girl doing that to a white guy in a suit, I still would see no problem with it.  just my .02

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General Off-Topic Board / Re: Suggestions for Vegas Bachelor Party
« on: June 15, 2006, 12:50:11 PM »
I went to Vegas last summer and this past year for spring break both times I went, we went to BODY ENGLISH in the HARD ROCK.  It is really great, alittle pricey but definitly an awesome time.  Pure in Caesars palace is pretty sweet (plus Agassi is one of the owners.)

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thanks alot, I will definitly check out the burbs and see what they have to offer as well.  any other suggestions?

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I will be attending the University of Detroit Mercy in the fall and I am currently trying to find an apartment downtown.  Are their any areas that I should avoid.  So far a few places that I have found have been the Kales, Lafayette Towers, Lafayette Pavillion, and Town Apartments, they all seem pretty reasonable.  Thank you so much for any help.  I am truly lost.

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Ryne "RYNO" Sandberg  (best 2B ever) 

should have been in the hall of fame on his first ballot

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read the blawg.   enjoyed it thanks alot OP

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definitly a sweet movie, I wish there would have been alittle more action though.  TWO THUMBS UP!

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