« on: April 10, 2006, 05:34:02 PM »
Thanks for all the info. I had thought about sending UCONN a seat deposit, but I think I'll be happy at Syracuse. UCONN sounds like a great place, though - good luck with your decision.
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I thought they only ask if you have been committed to an institution, not if you sought help or counseling.
I am going to look into this. Any idea of which states ask, and whether they can refuse bar admission for it? I have a close friend who sought help for depression in college. If she couldn't get admitted over that, I would sue the sh*t out of the bar for discrimination. They don't ban you for having a heart condition, and shouldn't over you getting treatment for this medical condition.
If the rep is "horrible," why'd you apply, esp w/ your stats?!? I say you and the LSN profile is total flame.
hey everyone! I went to the admitted students day this past weekend and was quite impressed; it seems like a really nice atmosphere and I can definitely see myself there.
What do you guys thing about asking for an extension for the deposit deadline? Do people do this??
All I can say is going to any law school has to be better than working in a women's underwear department like I am doing now for extra $$.
Yes, the success stories are more frequent (sometimes a LOT more frequent) the higher up you go in the USNWR. But, no one can stop you from being the anomaly at a lower ranked school. You gotta have a dream.
So Laurrk sounds like you and the bfriend are officially over. sucks.
My current house just went on the market - I am hoping to sell it by early June. That would give me about a month to screw around and a month to settle in. I may even have an offer this week (according to my realtor), if that is the case I may quit my job early and screw around for SEVERAL months.