Letter came today in mail. In light of this revelation, I am REALLY glad I didn't waste my money on a Harvard, Yale, Columbia or NYU application.
It's good to know that S is finally sending out the dings. Now I can brace myself for it. I can't wait. It will be a relief to just get the damm rejection letter finally so I can start planning my move to Cambridge. Come on, Mailman!Bastards will probably string me along til April though. They should have an early reject option like they have an early admit, like a box you check that says "I wish to be either admitted or rejected by Feb 1." Quote from: photogrl on January 24, 2005, 05:00:36 PMLetter came today in mail. In light of this revelation, I am REALLY glad I didn't waste my money on a Harvard, Yale, Columbia or NYU application. Um actually Harvard, Columbia and NYU are all better odds than Stanford. Your money might have been well spent at all 3.
There are many factors other than prestige that one should consider in deciding on a law school .... Taken together, I would say that Stanford/Harvard is a tough decision for most people (although I knew right away when I got into both that Stanford was much better for me.)
Ok, commence your discussions about whether you would prefer to attend Harvard or Stanford.
Quote from: photogrl on January 25, 2005, 10:18:58 PMOk, commence your discussions about whether you would prefer to attend Harvard or Stanford.Did we hijack this young lady's thread? That was certainly not my intent. Having said that, if I were to have to decide between H/Y/S I think it would be mainly a location based decision. It would be much more convenient for me to go to Stanford than to have to move back east. And I'd probably go to H over Y, because the job prospects for my S.O. are much better in Boston than New Haven.