Tennessee versus tier 4's, but closer to where I wanna work

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Stryka
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Tennessee versus tier 4's, but closer to where I wanna work

Postby Stryka » Mon Mar 22, 2010 4:44 pm

I got waitlisted at UTK, but still am waiting on responses from all the Texas schools that I applied to. Now I most likely will be in Texas Wesleyan and St. Marys, but those two are tier 4, but are located much closer to where I live and want to practice in Dallas, TX as well as in-state prices...Even though UTk is ranked 59, would it be better to go to Texas Wes instead of UTK?

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orangeswarm
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Re: Tennessee versus tier 4's, but closer to where I wanna work

Postby orangeswarm » Tue Mar 23, 2010 10:09 pm

Going to a school in TX would be better if that's where you want to practice.

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Re: Tennessee versus tier 4's, but closer to where I wanna work

Postby ggocat » Tue Mar 23, 2010 10:20 pm

Stryka wrote:I got waitlisted at UTK, but still am waiting on responses from all the Texas schools that I applied to. Now I most likely will be in Texas Wesleyan and St. Marys, but those two are tier 4, but are located much closer to where I live and want to practice in Dallas, TX as well as in-state prices...Even though UTk is ranked 59, would it be better to go to Texas Wes instead of UTK?

St. Mary's and Wesleyan are both private, so I'm not sure what you mean by "in-state prices."

If you get large scholarships to St. Mary's or Wesleyan, those would be better than UTK. If not, I'm not sure.

What about Texas Tech for $14K/year (or less with a scholarship)?




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