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thank you for all of your suggestions.
i am especially happy to hear bc won't picket outside my apt calling me a sinner.
however, i am really mesmorized by the east coast, i did my study abroad in paris, and i know that i'm a city kind of guy, and i want to enter that environment again (not environmental law!) I want to experience something new, see the seasons, live in a different place, and grow as a person, rather than being in the total comfort zone that is California. Plus i'm tired of having no smoking in doors. damn liberals.
but thanks for all of your suggestions. i would really wish to come back to california, just because my family is here, and it would be a great place to start a family--eh...
can i send my seat deposit to more than one school?
i know tbone!
but seriously, for some reason, i just feel the prestige of boston college would make up for it completley.
obviously being gay and asian i do have reservations of going to a catholic school blah blah blah
but i've been in the uc system for four years already, (and of course it felt very safe/open) so maybe i need to put myself in a new situation to see if i can survive in a world different than "california comfort"...hahaha unless they are mean to me, then i'll cry, and come home.
i don't know... i need to turn in their letters like ASAP.
1. i would like to come back to california, ultimately, to have my family.
2. environmental law....ew.
3. davis is a lot cheaper, but do you think bc will keep it's ranking (or go back up) making it a more nationally recognized school?
WHAT DO I DO TO GET INTO PENNN AHHHHHHHHHH!!!
It's actually really funny, I'm rejected from a bunch of T20-T26 schools, however Penn, my number one choice waitlists me. So I am totally estatic.
So what needs to be done in order for me to get into Penn at this point?
Thanks for the help!
and before people start yelling around, just know I am very grateful for my BC acceptance and I have no qualms going there
and if you're gonna get on my case for having a low LSAT and still getting waitlisted, well STFU loser(s)
« on: March 30, 2005, 04:36:11 PM »
uh bc, where i got in, despite where it is in the rankings, is still the highest rank, and i think (unless some other school completely wows me) i'll be going there.
although i am scared about the whole not having law student housing, because i'm from southern california, and to move all the way across the country--well that's just a bit scary.
but i am going to go to the cardozo open house, and see how that is, maybe if they offer me some money (because it's still at zero) i don't see a benefit to going there anyway.