Would it be worth it to go to a t4 school if it meant graduating without a cent of debt?
Is it worth waiting two-three years to finish a bachelors to be able to go somewhere else?
What are the chances that I'll get a 100% scholarship somewhere else?
I admire your spirit, but take on the debt and get the BEST legal education you can get, not the cheapest. In this and many other things in life, you get what you pay for.
Are there any other schools that accept associate's degrees?
$200,000? I didn't even know you could make that kind of money doing this.
I've been waitressing through school and taking home 3G a month sounds like heaven.
My real issue is the time constraints. Debt happens but is it worth waiting tables for 2-3 more years while getting a bachelors at OU - barely scraping by - all in the hopes of getting into a better school?
It just seems like the years it could take to finish the pre-law side would be better spent gaining experience on the other end.. right?
I guarantee, with your GPA and LSAT, if you go to Cooley, you'll regret it for the rest of your life.
Who created this fiction that if someone goes to a Tier II instead of a Tier III or IV that the quality of instruction and experience is going to be magically better?