Thanks for tuning up the old sarcasm meter.
Messages - BIG H2001
I know this is probably ideal, but anyone doing 12 hours of work per day will be seriously burned out, and burned out very quickly. There comes a point where work becomes counterproductive and you have to just stop because anything else will not be incorporated. If 12 hours of studying does it for you, then you might have better grades than me, but I'm not going to sacrifice that much of my life to law school. I prefer not to have emotional disorders.
« on: April 25, 2005, 12:57:58 PM »
Where you go isn't as important as what you do once you're there.
Sorry, I was just responding to the confusion over why he got rejected. It probably wasn't because of numbers, like he said. Obviously I don't know why. I agree that if he were in state the chances of getting in would have been much greater, but the system is fair in my opinion. Finally, by his own words, he didn't care if he got into UNC anyway, so it's not like I'm trying to kick him when he's down.
Well, I take it YOU wanted to go there.
There's a line between lighthearted and babyish. I think the OP is treading the line.