Was it a really bad idea for me to have not re-taken the LSAT in February? Did a lot of people improve their scores and decrease my chances at the 6 schools I'm waiting for?
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I applied in Oct. to William & Mary. So far, I'm not one of the lucky ones to have heard back from them. They promise to mail decisions by April, but what are my chances of hearing from them in March? When did they release the bulk of their decisions last year?
« on: February 15, 2007, 05:41:45 PM »
Ok, here's my new hypothetical. I'm in at GW Part Time, Emory and just got an offer worth $35k over three years from George Mason (i have to be in the top-25 to renew). I am interested in working biglaw, or at least getting paid like I am.
Where would you go? Would GW's program hurt me if I was PT? Does Mason or Emory have a better rep. in the Northeast? For BIGLAW?
« on: February 06, 2007, 09:57:46 AM »
Most of us spent 4 years physically ON the campus of our respective undergraduate institutions. What do you feel about people earning degrees without ever sitting in a classroom, or visiting a campus?
What do you think about for-profit "Universities" like UofPh?
Here is the inspiration for this thread.
« on: February 05, 2007, 10:56:26 PM »
I just finished being price-gouged on Valentine's Day flowers for the girlfriend. Does anyone else remember when FTD and 1800flowers sent the flowers fresh from a local florist shop? How does it actually cost MORE to have them shipped three-day delivery in a box by UPS?
« on: February 05, 2007, 09:41:32 AM »
On the list of top-50 salaries, lawyers came in 15th. Behind A whole bunch of medical specialties, CEOs, and Airline Pilots.
I didn't want to continue crudding up another thread with this OT discussion... so lets see if it can stand on it's own:
Hey, I like Wake, but I don't think it is competitive with those other schools in BIGLAW placements. In fact, I don't know if Wake really places that many people outside of NC.
Anyone got any stats on this?
I signed up for the Feb. LSAT, and now after not prepping nearly enough, I want to cancel it out. How do I do this? There is only the option to move to another time or place on the LSAC site, nothing to delete it altoghether.