either way, telling me how much of a dum ass makes the person calling me the dumass look more like the dumass.
well when i researched, i did see the negatives that people said. but knowing that most of the negatives that people say about things usually stem from their ignorance of that thing, i came to the conclusion that there was nothing about the quality of the education. it was just the superficial attitudes about the prospects afterwards. i guess there is a significant part about myself that i am leaving out, because i do not plan on working for big law like some of you hope to. I deal in the financial world. I am and will always be a banker. I will be overseas after i finish, and although I may transfer and i may not, I will make Way more than the lousy $40k that most of you all seem to think i will be stuck with. Thats not my road. the criterion i had was education. is cooley hard, sounds like it. do they dump alot of students? yup. is the grading structure insane? i heard it is. is the bar passage low...its pretty average across the country...higher than some, lower than some. look i took and passed my CPA-2000 first shot! all sections series 7- 2005 first shotthe bar is WAAAAAAAAAAAAY easier. so even though i might transfer, and as difficult as it may be, i still hold on the the decision ive made to go there now, not waste time, and get my degree. the research to this extent is what i was refering to when i said that i heard the negs after i decided to go. I Grilled the Admissions people for a long time, and im sure i got on some list because i asked alot of questions. so what.either way, telling me how much of a dum ass makes the person calling me the dumass look more like the dumass. im there, let me deal with the consequences. ME. if all else fails, i will go back to banking...and still make more than the T1 grads. I make more than them now! or 2 months ago. so telling me im not going to make any money which is your argument doesnt apply to me. sorry.
but it still doesnt make any sense though, that you say that because they are more liberal in their admissions policy, that it makes the school bad. if you are saying that, then you are also saying that the level of education is garbage. so if a school only allowed 10 people per term...that would be the best school? regardless of level of education?