Actually BC went up 2 spots from last year according to the rankings that are floating around this board and xoxo...D!ckhe@d. Although it wouldn't have made me much of a difference if their ranking did go down @ss.http://www.usnews.com/usnews/edu/grad/rankings/law/brief/lawrank_brief.phpHTHquote author=soup nazi link=topic=29571.msg438007#msg438007 date=1111942745]your Barnes and Noble is third tier toilet. Sorry about the BC slide.Quote
yeah I would like them also...everyone is being so mean about giving out the T3 and T4 rankings.
I'm sorry to be a nuisance: I don't want the rank order, I want the overall score (out of one hundred, I think) for 2005, which you have to be a member to see. Since these figures have expired and I know ppl on here have access to them, I was hoping someone would post them for me. thanks.
Pepperdine's ranking rose... but I don't agree that it's rising. There isn't a good enough methodology here for there to be any science to it. It's coincidence.And did it ever occur to you that you might want to be careful b/c Pepperdine's alumni network (i.e. the people to whom you'll likely go to for a job) might be really conservative and religious?I'm not trying to rain on your parade. But I just think you should be careful -- that's all. I mean, you're talking about going to a school that will kick you out if they find out you're having an intimate same-sex relationship.