« on: July 05, 2012, 09:56:18 AM »
My goal is to get a second bachelor's degree. This time in economics. I have chosen to apply to Boston University. What are my chances of admittance? I mean, now I am 29 years old; soon to be 30. I already have a bachelor's degree from the University of Maine, my GPA was ~3.56; I attended the University of Southern California Law School; I finished fifth in my class in high school; I was in the National Honor Society in high school; then in college I joined Pi Mu Epsilon and Phi Beta Kappa. Furthermore, since elementary school, I received numerous awards in classes and physical fitness. In high school, too. For example, in high school, I received the Daughters of the American Revoultion Good Citizenship award twice, my freshman year and senior year. I also got the Semper Fidelis award. And, if I am not mistaken, I had the best grade point average in Spanish II. And I've held a bunch of jobs over the years, including as an assistant manager at CVS/pharmacy in Boston. My salary was like 39K annually. And I sold about $ 2 million of merchandise at a car and truck dealership in North Hollywood California. And, I can play the "Crazy Train" solo!
But I've only had one girlfriend... ;-(