1) I've read posts on here mentioning applicants with outstanding numbers being rejected (not waitlisted, just rejected). From what you can gather from your classmates, etc., do you get a similar feeling? That many of your compatriots have more interesting/varied backgrounds or have some 'soft' accomplishments on their resumes and not just super-high test scores? 2) I think you've answered this one million times, and I know you are a 1L, but what is your sense of biglaw placement for BC applicants? I'm going to need to take out massive loans to finance my studies and if I choose BC, I'll likely need to at least start out at a large firm to help pay this off. Do you get the sense that biglaw is an option for students in the top 25%, top 33%, top half, etc.? I'd also assume those that do pursue this track choose to do so mainly in Boston.Thanks in advance, and thanks again for all your responses heretofore. And I'm not specifically sure which posters on here are representing BU in this discussion, but those of you who are can feel free to chime in on the above questions re: BU if you're so inclined.
I visited BC this summer and absolutely loved it. I'm an AZ native but with family in Boston so I'm interested in heading there. I've applied early notification with a 3.98/157, 164. Do you know anything about multiple LSAT scores at BC? I know BU's website says that take the higher score, so I am hopeful BC will do the same.
Is it snowing in Boston? (she said wistfully)
Quote from: PollyMaggoo on November 26, 2007, 10:17:39 PMIs it snowing in Boston? (she said wistfully)its actually low 60s today. which is my kind of thing ... I hate snow.