« on: April 09, 2007, 07:09:05 PM »
I think your best bet might be to call LSAC. At least in that case, you don't have to call the school that will then probably try to figure out who you are or would at the least question your intent.
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Heaven is so prestigious.
I am assuming here you mean non-professional degree. Obviously, this is a law school discussion site, so I think that is a safe assumption. With your bachelors in political science, unless you have a very strong science back ground, I would personally say economics. I have a master's degree in political science which is close to worthless, hence me being on a law school org. An economics degree, though still in the social sciences at most school, will allow you greater opportunities for employment and is relatively lucrative.
hmm, i never took an economics course in college so i dont think that will do
one of my UG econ profs displayed several definitions of economics on an overhead one day. Besides the usual ones about the distribution of scare resources and stuff there was my favorite:
Economics is the painful elaboration of the obvious.