The results of "average" students (all of these were at the median during 2006, when the economy was still good):Morrison & Foerster LLP New York Screening Interview -- RejectionPaul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison LLP New York Screening Interview -- RejectionSidley Austin LLP New York Screening Interview -- RejectionWilmer Cutler Pickering Hale And Door LLP Washington, Dc Screening Interview -- RejectionProskauer Rose LLP New York Callback -- RejectionLesson? Bid widely. Don't take anything for granted. Interview well. Cling to your callbacks.My research has increasingly indicated that, with the exception of Y, T14 students have to make the grade like everyone else. I think it's silly to assume otherwise.
Get a sense of humor, Susan B. Anthony!
I'm going to cut a female dog. With a knife with a brown handle, natch.
Don't judge me. You've not had my life.
goalie! i don't feel stalked. just the love. i'll be up there august 1! i signed a manville lease and i've already put a few tears on my pillow because of it, but there's just no time to go up there and apartmenthunt. oh well!end digression!!!
Dude, don't be that guy. Almost everyone worries about their grades, no matter where they are. It doesn't mean they don't appreciate where they are, or don't recognize that they're still in a good position. This is legitimate question, and one that's hard to figure out without input from other people (I know I'm feeling pretty hazy about how OCI actually works, myself).