I applied really late, like in February, and i am totally kicking my self. It was so stupid on my part to do so.
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Thats funny cause thats exactly what my personal statement referred to. I fought my dad tooth and nail when it came to my career choices. He totally pushed me into engineering and i did horribly my first year because of that. I agree we are underrepresented in this sector of our community. Granted Indians are generally very successful but that should have no bearing on the percentage of Indian Females (or males actually) in Law. I
Yay!!!! I am really happy for you too! I have only heard back from one school and that was a rejection, so i'm not looking so good right (not feeling so good either)! But yay for you, good luck at school and maybe (hopefully) i will see you at Widener. When did you hear from Baltimore?
Has anyone heard anything about New England School of Law, in terms of thier reputation? I know it's a tough market considering the fact that it is competing with Harvard and other top notch schools in the area but what are the job propects regardless?
« on: March 03, 2005, 12:53:04 AM »
I am thinking about considereing this school primarily because i did so terribly on my LSATS and my GPA is not that great either. How difficult is it to transfer to a better school after your first year. I have also applied to Widener University in Deleware, how good or bad a school is that??? Any help would be much appreciated. Any suggestions on other law schools I could try?