Messages - Randy Savage
it's so slow around here lately all i do is play minesweeper and give annoying newbies advice.
I would be wary about getting an LOR from anyone that is name droppable. Everyone and their brother can get a glowing LOR from their congressperson about their strong work ethic and obvious intellegence. Anyone with connected parents can get a LOR from a prominent business person or partner at a major law firm without ever actually meeting. Admissions comittees know this, and less careful staffs will write off the letter before even reading it.I got an LOR from my boyfriend. He trained me in S&M and how to be the nice bottom that I am. I'm ready to graduate to prison.
Instead of the adcomms, I'd direct my questions to the director of financial aid.I usually annoy the @#!* out of them but hey..
Double majors are a recent fad. It used to be that you'd go really deep in your major, and if you ran out of classes, you'd sign up for some masters level courses. Now, people take two majors and never get past the 300 level. With that said, they usually don't care. They may care in your case because you're taking a business major and maybe a non-business major. Most B-majors don't have the same level of prerec requirements as students in other colleges, so you look more "well rounded", whatever that means.Me, for example, I had a double major is sadism and masochism... I'm very well rounded on the bottom. In fact I am a bottom.
« on: July 03, 2007, 05:37:54 PM »
Back from Chicago apartment hunting. I think I found the apartment I want, but it needs to be renovated . . . anyhow, thanks to everyone for getting that guy off of my back. How annoying.An apartment you want! Your house trained?