Picking a school, whats most important?

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Re: Picking a school, whats most important?

Postby ccs224 » Sun Feb 21, 2010 2:20 am

sibley wrote:
OperaSoprano wrote:
Veritas wrote:Do not got to Pace.


Hi Veritas!

This is likely excellent advice. If Pace gives you a full, guaranteed scholarship, that might be something to think about, but I would still worry about employment opportunities if you were not at the top of your class.



Plus (I'm not sure what you're on), Pace is a freaking insane trek from Ohio. You might as well be in Oregon because you're going to have to fly either way. Unless you enjoy spending your study time driving.


? Pace is in NYC; their law school is just outside (I believe). It's a nine hour drive from Columbus.

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Re: Picking a school, whats most important?

Postby sibley » Sun Feb 21, 2010 2:25 am

ccs224 wrote:
sibley wrote:
OperaSoprano wrote:
Veritas wrote:Do not got to Pace.


Hi Veritas!

This is likely excellent advice. If Pace gives you a full, guaranteed scholarship, that might be something to think about, but I would still worry about employment opportunities if you were not at the top of your class.



Plus (I'm not sure what you're on), Pace is a freaking insane trek from Ohio. You might as well be in Oregon because you're going to have to fly either way. Unless you enjoy spending your study time driving.


? Pace is in NYC; their law school is just outside (I believe). It's a nine hour drive from Columbus.


It took me 5 or 6 hours to get to Kent from Rochester.... If you go straight across PA (and everyone knows driving across PA sucks you into some sort of black hole) you're still going to have at least a 10 hour drive. Pace =/= NYC. Pace = westchester bridges and windy roads that don't go where they're supposed to. Driving from Pace to Ohio = crossing a half dozen bodies of water and a gajjilion mountains.




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