Quote from: thestradgirl on July 06, 2007, 07:22:32 PMHarvard:2007-2008 Tuition: 39,325 USDU of T:2007-2010 Tuition: 49,920 CDNSee you at U of T, man.U of T over Harvard...are you kidding me? You're out of your mind. In the context of the REAL world now, let's compare the opportunities from each school, I mean... oh, (foot in my mouth again)...I'm sorry...slight miscalculation on the circumstances here...nevermind what I said...tell yourself whatever you need to in order to consol yourself now that you own an official Harvard rejection letter...(Here I'll help...together now)... Go U of T! Yay, Toronto!! Yay, Canada!!!
Harvard:2007-2008 Tuition: 39,325 USDU of T:2007-2010 Tuition: 49,920 CDNSee you at U of T, man.
Cady on October 16, 2007, 10:41:52 PMi rhink tyi'm inejying my fudgcicle too much
Huey on February 07, 2007, 11:15:32 PMI went to a party in an apartment in a silo once.
I work with people that bill 2000 hours a year, and they are always at work. I couldn't even imagine billing 2300 hours. You'd have to know how to fudge your numbers. I almost think I like Canada better than the US, straddy.
Beurre, with a 162 LSAT regardless of your UGPA and MA you are by no means likely to gain admission to UofT law. You have a chance it but it's probably less then 50%.
You didn't mention whether or not you want to live/practice in the U.S, which makes it practically impossible to advise you.That being said, it's #1 Canadian vs U.S - UCLA/Fordham/Vandy/USC/B.U (probably a couple others you could add in there). You have a marginal shot at UofT, so the U.S comparison should also be versus your longshots (you might sneak into Vandy, USC, have a great shot at Fordham/B.U).In this case it's simple. If you want to live in Canada = UofT. If you want to live in the U.S = one of the above U.S schools. If you still aren't sure = UofT.