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Acceptances / Re: Vandy $$$$
« on: March 14, 2006, 06:10:30 PM »
got a 20k/yr "deans scholarship" in the mail 3/1ish...never submitted a need access...

Acceptances / Re: Cornell
« on: March 14, 2006, 05:58:08 PM »
in via premail today as well...promise of paper to come...

General Off-Topic Board / Re: what's better... cute or hot?
« on: March 04, 2006, 04:12:57 PM »
i cant believe i didnt find the "general off-topic board earlier...never scrolled down...definitely prefer splitters... 60%cute/40%hot...too much one way or the other is asking for trouble...

hmmm...i dont think you can just lump girls into cute/hot categories..."hot" is definitely primarily a genetic thing...if you dont have the goods from the get go (and yes, i am intentionally excluding "fake goods"...thats a different debate), youre never going to be "hot"...although "attitude" does have something to do with it as well....and i use "attitude' in a somewhat negative way here...

i cant give an all-encompassing definition of "hot"...but, i can tell you how i react to "hot" natural reaction to "hotness" is definitely as described in a post above...initial shyness...followed by building courage...followed--depending on venue--several drinks, followed by hoping that the ridiculous act im putting on isnt as obvious to the object of my desire as is to me(and also hoping my friends wont just slaughter me later on for being "that guy")...followed by...well, depends on my luck

cute, however,...ok this is way too i really have this much time on my hands??? if anyone cares...let me know

Acceptances / Re: CHOOSING A T14
« on: March 02, 2006, 11:58:30 AM »

The decision is split between the three becuase they are all great schools and offer their own pros and cons.  Since you mentioned Chicago, NYU, Columbia, and Harvard in your post, you are either a city person or you plastered the T14 with applications.  If you are the former, Penn is almost certainly the place for you.  The staff/students are great, it is in a decent-sized (and quickly improving) city, and it places well in both NYC and DC (two other large-city legal markets).  Charlottesville and Ann Arbor are fairly-small college towns, and a city person could quickly get bored.  If you aren't a city person (or you just don't care about location) then a visit to all three would be the best.  The only meaningful differences are in class size, facilities, clerkships, and placement, and most of those are small differences or matters of preference.  You just won't find any consenus on this (or any other board) becuase there is simply not one of the three that is objectively "better" than the others.

thanks a lot for the definitely the latter...plastered the T14 with apps (save yale and stan....not that unrealistic...)...visits it is...mich next weekend....followed by penn...followed by uva...its 80 and sunny here...ill be passing the spring breakers on the way up

Acceptances / Re: CHOOSING A T14
« on: March 02, 2006, 11:21:14 AM »
there was a post earlier that pretty much hit my situation on the mark...waitlist at columbia/chicago...still waiting on harv(yeah right) and at all these and several "safeties"(hence the poll) having a really hard time making a decision...even if i were to get into nyu (everyone else with my numbers is an auto admit?!?...and for that matter i have higher nums than anyone waitlisted on lsn at chic or col...but, i knew my softs were weak from the get go), im not sure if id go over mich, penn, or uva...the consensus so far seems to be split between these three schools...i guess ill let the visits and fin aid decide...

Acceptances / CHOOSING A T14
« on: March 01, 2006, 12:20:39 PM »
If you had to choose between these five great schools, where would you go?

Acceptances / Re: In at UPenn
« on: March 01, 2006, 11:53:59 AM »
CONGRATS EVERYONE! i got the email last week...i was so nervous opening it...i read on some other board that the admit had the same header as the ding, wl, be attending the march weekend...hope to see you kids there...

also, in reply to the post that mentions the GULC money...i was a candidate for that as the "were sorry...great Dean's money for you...hope you still come...other sources of financial aid" email two nights ago...if you havent got that yet you may be in good shape...

Wait List / Re: U Chicago waitlist
« on: February 28, 2006, 03:05:02 PM »
i also recieved a "wait list" letter reads very much like columbia's...with the exception of columbia's preference for the word "reserve"...i have several years of work experience and 170+, 3.9+...a little surprised...however, i didn't write targeted, i prob had i coming...i am very interested in attending chicago...ill def submit another "writing sample" and potentially another lor...

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