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Re: transfer by tier
« Reply #10 on: May 31, 2005, 01:27:07 AM »
Is it worth it to take a year off to get into a better school though??

Yea - I'm in at three schools.  I put my seat deposit down at Suffolk (in Boston).

I'm on the waitlist at UConn (Tier 1), so if I get in I'll probably go there.  Otherwise, I'll go to Suffolk.

By the way - I'm retaking the LSAT on June 6th.  I haven't really been studying much at all, but I figure it really can't hurt.  If I score much better (which is unlikely) then I may take reapply for next year and take a year off.

Go to the best law school you can. The easiest way to do it is to go to that particular school from the very first year; that's to say, try to get a decent LSAT and get accepted there, instead of hoping to transfer in there after your first year at some other school ..