Could you explain what you mean by getting back from NYC at night is not fun?
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« on: April 12, 2007, 08:18:16 AM »
It is mid tier2 - 70.
Why would you even think about a tier 3?
You start at a much higher place with Seton.
What if you don't make it to top 10% at NYLS, where there are students desparate to be there, as it is the only way to graduatewith job potential .
You can be further down in the class at Seton, and still get a good job.
You place yourself among the Tier 3 people at NY, and tier 2 people at Seton, which has been rising.
Why start yourself with a deficit when you have worked and achieved higher ground?
I don't know where you live, but on the Path, the ride from where NYLS is located to Newark Penn is 20 min, so the commute is really not that different.
I guess I'm rankings crazy, but so is the world.
« on: April 01, 2007, 05:49:45 PM »
Also interested in learning about housing. I won't live in Newark. Where else can you live?
Also, it seemed to me that almost everyone at the ASD was a college senior (and there with parents). Are there any older students in 1L, and I mean older than 22?
I'm going to be a 1L in the fall, and am uncertain about the curve.
I need to maintain a 3.0 to keep my aid. I think of this as a B in college, but know this is not the case.
How difficult is a 3.0, and if the law school adjusts the curve (which I understand frequently happens), do I want it to get higher or lower?
Is there an F for every A?
That's downright scarey.
« on: March 31, 2007, 12:47:25 PM »
I'm sorry....Man your battle stations for what??