at the risk of looking dumb and not getting into USC...I think its a really tough call, personally, Im in California, so USC has an edge because I want to practice here. Something that I think is tricky for anyone paying close to the full price tag on both schools is the 7 grand or more that USC costs for tuition and the 10 grand a year extra cost of living (supposedly). But I read that USC has a much higher average grant per student, so maybe it evens out? Debt after graduation stats dont tell you a damn thing about UT because they lump in-state and out of staters. Are you out of state? If not, I'd think automatically, UT. Or whatever your scholarship dictates. I believe you have similar prospects graduating from either school.
If you have any specific questions about UT, you can feel free to send me a message.... I do not have enough good stuff to say about it -- I'm a 1L and my experience here has been AMAZING in every way.
... you're it.
Quote from: UT1L09 on April 10, 2007, 10:28:53 PMIf you have any specific questions about UT, you can feel free to send me a message.... I do not have enough good stuff to say about it -- I'm a 1L and my experience here has been AMAZING in every way. Do you, or anyone else, know what the deal is with UT's scholarship matching thing?Quote from: Funky Cold Hrdina on April 10, 2007, 10:31:32 PM... you're it. I think that "t" was supposed to be an "n", which keeps your stock as one of my favorite people of the week rising. Thanks for the vote of confidence; to show that I share it with you, I'm officially adding UT to my list of accepted schools.