blue have you followed up with g-town with a letter of interest or anything?? congrats on your choice with howard only you know what's really good for you
i hear ya on the waiting till july....as for myself i'm just gonna plan like i'll be going to school in august, and if it doesn't work out, my momma loves me and will take me in!
a little bit.
lol that's what they are there for.
Quote from: Bluenine on June 08, 2005, 01:20:55 PMI've been talking to Blk about this for a while, and I would like to get the opinions of a few others, especially current law students.Which would you choose:GW=$150,000 in debt or Howard=no debt?All opinions are appreciated.ThanksWhat are your plans after you graduate? Of course those could change but if you're planning on going into a high paying field (meaning the $150k will be more managable) than you should definitely go with GW. How much of an impact that debt will have on you is important to consider (seeing as we all are going to be in the same boat). Howard will provide certain minority opportunities GW won't, but thinking that way seems to be boxing yourself in a little. As a general rule, unless you are completely dedicated to one specific area, I think it's better to go to the school that will provide the most opportunities in the most locations. If you've already gone to Howard, then you still have that undergrad network connection, and you won't have problems opening doors with a GW degree. In general terms, the DC pecking order is going to put GW second, and Howard 5th. If you're staying in DC (or going national) GW's going to carry a lot more weight.And numbers/prestige whores drive me nuts, so I hope this doesn't make me sound too much like that!
I've been talking to Blk about this for a while, and I would like to get the opinions of a few others, especially current law students.Which would you choose:GW=$150,000 in debt or Howard=no debt?All opinions are appreciated.Thanks
Do you have a Howard JD, LP?Quote from: LP on June 10, 2005, 03:48:48 PMa little bit.
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