I know for sure I want to practice in California and not in NY.
I am taking the lsat in 3 days, but before doing any prep I got a 167, and I haven't scored below a 170 in over a month. so that's why this situation is likely. Berkeley is most likely not an option, because they weigh on gpa heavily, and mine is a 3.65. So I need like a 177 to have a chance at Berkeley. (according to LSN).I want to practice in nor cal though, that I should have mentioned. So maybe NYU is better?
Quote from: themathminister on June 04, 2009, 03:41:38 PMI know for sure I want to practice in California and not in NY. Then go to the best school you can in CA. This is really like saying I know for sure I want to own a Saab and live in LA, will going to Delaware and buying a BMW help me achieving my goal? NYU has a great name, but its easier to find a job cross country when you’re already cross country. What about Berkeley if you can get into NYU you should get in there.