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(picture my face on that woman's body...actually, picture my face and
bodyan average body on that woman's face and body)
i don't know what your body looks like.
In at Penn! Whahoo!
There's a Facebook group - University of Pennsylvania Law School Class of 2011
and if you join it, all of your friends will think you're actually going there.
i've gotta say it's refreshing to see so much love for Penn on a board that's been bashing it all year
I don't understand why Boalt is perceived so negatively on this board. It seems to be a lot harder to get into than MVP, not to mention the tremendous international prestige of UC Berkeley. Why is that?
Guys, I've said this before, but it bears repeating: LIVE IN CENTER CITY. Please, please trust me on this.... everyone who has lived elsewhere has regretted it. If you're looking for quiet, look towards the Fitler Square area (Walnut-South, 20th-27th). Tons of law students live around here... trust me, you will be close to your friends (and me!).
This is very, very true. I couldn't find a place in Center City (I only had two days, and I have a dog, which made it tricky), and living in University City pretty much sucks.
I just RSVP'd. I also opted for the mock crim class... anybody else?
i took crim law at penn last year, so if i do a class it will NOT be crim.
Really? Want to tell us how you liked it/if the Socratic method is as terrifying as i think it will be??
i LOVED it, completely loved it. socratic method is fun for me because i like speaking in public, and i enjoy the challenge of working something through with the professor outloud. if that kind of thing makes you anxious, then you might have some difficulty. in total, though, it really wasn't difficult as long as you did the reading and have been paying attention in class. Some professors at Penn will let you know when it will be your day to speak, so you can plan. I sort of liked the element of surprise.