« on: April 21, 2008, 03:18:42 PM »
I did answer the OP's question from what I was told by a close friend. Then it became a "defend your TTTT" post.
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Aww, no response to the study?
What T3 do I attend? HAHA! See, my 4.0 at Dayton my first year allowed me to move up the chain. I wonder if I was offered a job at one of the BIGLAW firms that rejected you? Isn't it crazy how the system works? I couldn't get into a T1 in the first place but after only 1 year of grades and a move up the ladder, I probably received more offers than you, someone who was able to get into a T1 off the bat.
Again with your analogies. Seriously, can you please think before you speak.
The system works? How can you even make a claim that there are more competent doctors? Did you compare statistics on the number of lawyers each year who are subjected to malpractice suits to the number of doctors?
I mean, seriously, you talk out of your ass more than anyone I've heard on this board.
Dude, it's not even "half bad." It's FOURTH TIER. Third tier grads struggle to find work, let alone fourth tier.
Also, I really don't think that most grads get out WITH jobs, let alone making 50-60k.
Actually, the 25-75% salary range is 45,000-60,000 with a median of 55,892. And 91% of graduates reported, so its safe to assume thats fairly accurate.