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It takes a 95% to get an A at Whitter... just fyi. :o

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Thanks for everyone's comments!  Very helpful.  I agree, it's easy to lose the scholarship after the first year - regardless of where you go. The other thing is that Pepperdine had about 220 employers come to visit the campus, and Whittier had 10.  Professors at both schools are top notch - but I just think I may be limiting my options (not just monetarily) by going to a school that everyone knows is on ABA probabtion.  I got a 80% scholarship to Chapman, which is a great up and coming school I hear... but I think I'll go with Pepperdine sans scholarship....unless miracle, of miracles I get into UCLA... Supposedly they only take about 25 out of close to 600 applicants for their public interest program.  Anyone gotten into that program that you know of???  Drool...

Thanks again!
 :-*

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Quote from: pinkybella on February 23, 2006, 12:29:41 PM

Also, if you go to TJ with any type of scholarship and you end up in the top 5% of the class and you want to transfer to a better school, you have to pay back your scholarship.

So if you go to TJ, with a scholarship & hopes of transfering to a better school, be careful. It may end up costing you..... end quote.
 :o

Does anyone know if you have to pay back Whittier if you have a scholarship and want to transfer?  It was my understanding that you don't.

Also - any opinion on which school to accept if it's between:

1)  100% scholarship to Whittier

or...

2)  Pepperdine, without any scholarship

Thanks!

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Also, if you go to TJ with any type of scholarship and you end up in the top 5% of the class and you want to transfer to a better school, you have to pay back your scholarship.

So if you go to TJ, with a scholarship & hopes of transfering to a better school, be careful. It may end up costing you.....

Does anyone know if you have to pay back Whittier if you have a scholarship and want to transfer?  It was my understanding that you don't. 

Also - any opinion on which school to accept if it's between:

1)  100% scholarship to Whittier

or...

2)  Pepperdine, without any scholarship

Thanks!

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