I was kind of annoyed that I got less money than people who seem to have lower numbers, but I just keep telling myself that they had something else I didn't. Work experience maybe?
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Right now I cox and scull for Villanova (i'm not a good sculler, but I like doing it anyway). I'm trying to figure out if I'm going to keep it up next year, but over the summer I'm probably going to cox for Riverside or CRI (if i decide i have the time)
Hey neuguy, I'm in a dillema. I was accepted to NU a while ago and i love the school and the coop program (my boyfriend is an undergrad there, so i've seen how great the program is). I wasn't expecting to get into BC or BU, but I recently got accepted to BC and am now completly stuck in the middle as to where to go. I'm a finance major, so I want to end up doing either transactional or securities work. Oh, and I got some money from NU
Northeastern definatly jumped out at me. They don't have grades or class rank. I've visited a few times and talked to a wide range of students, everyone I spoke to said that the atmosphere is nothing but supportive
Look at my stats and acceptances so far. I had fairly good LORs and I'm a varsity athlete and a finance major. Nothing super spactacular, and I've gotten into some of those schools you're interested in.
« on: March 02, 2005, 04:48:39 PM »
You said you didn't study or take a course for the LSAT. If you're not happy with your prospects, would taking the LSAT again and reapplying next year be an option for you? Just a suggestion. But I also agree that those jerks who call schools third tier toilets are just elitist assholes with their heads up their asses, ignore them.
« on: February 28, 2005, 03:00:32 PM »
Right now I'm deciding between Northeastern and BC. My parents live about 40 minutes outside of Boston, and they'll let me live there for free, which is amazing, and I'm pretty sure I could live there relatively conflict-free. If I end up at Northeastern, I'll be taking the commuter train, which goes pretty much from my house to NU, and if I go to BC I'll be driving, which will be a little more of a pain, especially at rush hour. After the first year, I'm going to see how the finances and everything are working out and decide if I should move to the city or just outside the city.