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DanielleTex

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Thank you all for your sound input. 

I'm not looking for the easy route.  I'm looking for the best route.

I'm going to have to work hard no matter where I go.  It's kind of concerning that so many posters on LSD are so willing to retort with "you won't make it" or "don't go."  While 90+% won't make it to the top, there are 10% of us that will.  It's sad that folks are so quick to lump 100% of us into the 90% (please know that I am referring to a lot of postings on LSD.  I'm not referring to Jimmy's previous post about best/worst students at both schools).




FalconJimmy

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It's kind of concerning that so many posters on LSD are so willing to retort with "you won't make it" or "don't go." 

You'll notice I usually don't respond that way.  Most people will make it.  I think by now, though, you're starting to see what I saw right away.  It's not you, personally, that's the issue.  I have no doubt you can finish law school.  You just need a realistic plan to make it happen.

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Maybe you can the online education. Many of my friends having a full time job having an online education by the time they arrive at home. That's the only thing I can suggest to you.

john4040

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Maybe you can the online education. Many of my friends having a full time job having an online education by the time they arrive at home. That's the only thing I can suggest to you.

**Says the shill for an online law school.**

DanielleTex

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Online education was also not one of the original options, but thank you.