That is an interesting response. Is it because of the location, reputation, or your desire to just go to a top 100 school?If the school has been around since '76 or whatnot, I would assume that it has to have some credibility and maybe the poor numbers are the fact that it lets in people who want to go to law school at the last minute and find out it is not for them. Maybe the admittants like me (2.9, 152), go there and get discouraged by the numbers and decide it isnt for them. I'm not sure but I know if I go there I cant take it for granted because it is my one shot to do something that I enjoy with my life and make something out of it (not necessarily money wise, although it would be nice to get into a beter school and have the advantage of garnering a higher salary.Many thanks.
Certainly you dont have your head so far up your ass as to think UCLA a better school than UCSD. Id say they are equal.
Quote from: Aonghus on April 07, 2004, 04:51:21 PMCertainly you dont have your head so far up your ass as to think UCLA a better school than UCSD. Id say they are equal.HahahaThat's funny and does not deserve a response.
Yea, and CAL-Berkeley is a MERE 5 spots ahead of UCLA. Do I go around saying UCLA and CAL are equal? No. The UCs have a definite pecking order, with CAL at the top, UCLA next, and then UCSD. Riverside at the bottom. If you do not go to CAL, UCLA, UCSD, you wouldn't quite understand the UC rivalry.