On Preferred Waitlisted at Georgetown
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« on: February 22, 2006, 08:39:28 PM »
I must admit that throughout my life, my parents have always stressed academics. You basically made whatever sacrifices (sports, personal life, etc.) to make sure you did well in school.
When it came time to choose an undergrad, I chose the best school over the one that was closer to my signifigant other. For my parents, it was a no brainer...and I, none the wiser, thought my relationship would weather the distance. Yea, I was WRONG and my first semester was miserable. Still, after some time, I got over the girl and I did enjoy my time at my undergrad.
Now, I'm faced with a similar situation. Choose the law school close to my gf or choose the school with the better rep. Part of me sides with my upbringing -- going to a better school will open more opportunities, things will end up okay. The other part of me says...stay here and do you remember the *&^% that happened before?
I will make this decison on my own, but I just want to know there are people out there going through the same thing.
« on: June 12, 2005, 12:55:55 PM »
This question is form the Comprehensive RC Question Thread
3. Why does the author think the townspeople should favor the limitations on the timber industry? (Answer: the woods carry inherent value greater than their wages)
Does anyone remember the other answer choices to this question (from the econ passage)? I don't seem to remember it
Does anyone remember the questions from the architectural passage on the Experimental RC? Also, does anyone remember the number of questions and the layout. The reason I want to know is that I think I may have "misbubbled" one of my RC sections and I'm not sure which one!