Anyone still waiting on these two? My apps at both places were complete back in mid-November. The only thing preventing me from completely assuming rejections is the fact that my numbers are right in the middle for both.
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3. That going to a "Toilet Tier" (as many arrogant assholes have deemed it) school means that you can't be successful and/or make a lot of money. Or that settling for a school that isn't ranked as highly as your top school means that you're compromising your ability to be successful.
And while I have referred to it mostly for sarcastic purposes, I think it's pathetic that people on this forum find it necessary to degrade other individual’s accomplishments by referring to Tier 3/Tier 4 schools as the “toilet tier.” These people clearly lack the maturity and self-esteem to appreciate their own accomplishments without trampling on the accomplishments of other individuals. I’m going to a “toilet tier” school next year and I’m damn proud of it. Whether you’re going to Harvard or Cooley next year, you should be proud of the fact that you’re furthering your education, and you’re going to do something that 99% of people lack the ability or motivation to do.
I'm kind of in your boat. Ohio State/Vanderbilt. I love OSU, and Vanderbilt has really impressed me.
I don't know what I'm going to do either.
To adequately answer this question in a meaningful way, you need to provide more details. What schools are you talking about?