waitlisted at OU 156, 3.04 Non-trad that lives in Norman...
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hrm... that shows me the [url][/ url] hyperlink thingie like I used, but I don't see how one can replace the full url with abbreviated text.
Oh well - it doesn't matter. I'm okay with looking like a technologically-lame old person.
Or I'm not, but I accept it.
Thank you very much for your thoughts, any idea where i could find out more information on the loan forgiveness program or law?
How much debt from each? I'm guessing significantly less from OCU? That's probably the better bet.
But you should also look at how the OCIs are done. If it's by firms select, then there's a good chance the same 15 kids will get interviews with most of the firms. Unless you're one of the top students, you can count yourself out probably.
At either of these schools, you should not expect to be hired through OCI. Honestly, these are both extremely low numbers of employers at OCI.
Seconded. This may seem like a large disparity, but it probably won't benefit you much to attend the school with betters numbers (unless we know more about the schools and your personal goals).
Looking at the ABA data and info from other sources, one potential negative of UMKC is that they appear to flunk out a certain % of their class every year. Like other T3's and T4's, I'd imagine they do this so they can take those people's money the first year while keeping their bar passage rate high. I've also heard anecdotes that they "teach to the bar", also to keep that bar passage rate high. This is in lieu of more theoretical or conceptual education.
Just something to keep in mind if you're considering the school.