NYC, choose Fordham. DC, choose Emory.
I say listen to the part of you that says Fordham. Also: visit both schools, if you can. That may make your decision easier.
Quote from: lucky7 on March 31, 2009, 06:49:53 AMI say listen to the part of you that says Fordham. Also: visit both schools, if you can. That may make your decision easier.What does visiting really do? It's not like OP is buying a house and need to see the location and quality of the structure. A school's ability to select good reps and tour guides doesn't mean it will give you a good education and career prospect. All visiting will accomplish is seeing the library where you'll be studying or the classroom where you'll be sitting. Those are unimportant matters. And, in three years, or sometime, three weeks, it won't matter to you at all. A classroom is a classroom is a classroom and the samething can be said about the desk, chair, studying room, etc.