Not the best schools, but some of them are decent, and they're acceptances nonetheless.
Quote from: michelleinsea on April 07, 2006, 02:14:39 PMNot the best schools, but some of them are decent, and they're acceptances nonetheless. Acceptances at those schools don't count unless they come with full fee waivers, because paying for tuition there has a negative present value. At least at lower Tier 1s, if you think you're smarter than the average student, you *might* come out ahead, even after the tuition and opportunity costs are accounted for. Not at those schools. Regardless of other factors. For most, unless your undergraduate degree is particularly worthless, even attending some of the schools (e.g. Golden Gate, Detroit Mercy...) for zero tuition is a bad investment.