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So they just tell people if they p/f, but they also keep track of the actual gpa and then boot people if they fail out...Gotta hold out for the reach around. mmmmmmm
Hopefully you at least get a letter or a kiss first.
The e-mails paint a picture of how law school officials operated a parallel admissions review for clouted students. They withheld denials until the year's end, cleared decisions with top university administrators, and debated whether to accept candidates with stronger credentials -- or stronger connections. Several clouted students received full-ride scholarships.
In private, law school officials showed their disdain for the special admits and even worked behind the scenes to campaign against them. At one point in March 2007, Hurd asked staffers to collect data about how the clouted students performed at law school to provide a weapon against their admittance.
Admissions dean Paul Pless reported that the school admitted at least 24 "SI," or special interest, students during a four-year span. He said they had lower grades and standardized test scores than the general applicant pool and they lagged behind their classmates once admitted. On average, they maintained a 2.86 grade point average during their first year compared with the 3.2 grade point average for the overall class, he said. One faced "formal disciplinary charges" and left the school.
But their dislike of the program didn't stop administrators from accepting the students.
LIES!!!Hands down take the Kaplan course. I am at a T4 now and being in the top 3% I have no jobs I am trying to transfer.
Step 1: Pay $$ now to take the Kaplan course
Step 2: Go to a better school
Step 3: Profit $$$- Loans
I'm just curious on how you didn't land anything. I'm also at a T4 and no where close to where you claim to be, but I had two job offers in a state where the school I go to is not even located. A personality, hard work, and networking can also land you a job.