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Alexander Hamilton
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Re: Huge dilemna about where I want to work and go to school..

Postby Alexander Hamilton » Wed May 26, 2010 1:29 pm

Thomas Jefferson wrote:
CanadianWolf wrote:Attend Indiana University at Bloomington for your first year & try to make law review and top 10% of your class, then a lot of doors will open for you. If you finish in the top 25% of your first year at Indiana University, you can transfer if you still think that you would be better situated at a higher ranked law school in the Northeast.
Curious as to your GPA & LSAT score if you are willing to share that info.


So OP should bet ~$20k that he's in the top 25%? Odds are 3 to 1 against. That's a lot of money to bet on slim odds.


Nobody asked you, you Virginian dick.

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Re: Huge dilemna about where I want to work and go to school..

Postby Thomas Jefferson » Wed May 26, 2010 1:36 pm

Alexander Hamilton wrote:
Thomas Jefferson wrote:
CanadianWolf wrote:Attend Indiana University at Bloomington for your first year & try to make law review and top 10% of your class, then a lot of doors will open for you. If you finish in the top 25% of your first year at Indiana University, you can transfer if you still think that you would be better situated at a higher ranked law school in the Northeast.
Curious as to your GPA & LSAT score if you are willing to share that info.


So OP should bet ~$20k that he's in the top 25%? Odds are 3 to 1 against. That's a lot of money to bet on slim odds.


Nobody asked you, you Virginian dick.


Your created a new profile just to post that?

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Alexander Hamilton
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Re: Huge dilemna about where I want to work and go to school..

Postby Alexander Hamilton » Wed May 26, 2010 1:41 pm

Thomas Jefferson wrote:
Alexander Hamilton wrote:
Thomas Jefferson wrote:
CanadianWolf wrote:Attend Indiana University at Bloomington for your first year & try to make law review and top 10% of your class, then a lot of doors will open for you. If you finish in the top 25% of your first year at Indiana University, you can transfer if you still think that you would be better situated at a higher ranked law school in the Northeast.
Curious as to your GPA & LSAT score if you are willing to share that info.


So OP should bet ~$20k that he's in the top 25%? Odds are 3 to 1 against. That's a lot of money to bet on slim odds.


Nobody asked you, you Virginian dick.


Your created a new profile just to post that?


Welcome to summer vacation. Federalists for life. Down with the democratic-republicans.

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Re: Huge dilemna about where I want to work and go to school..

Postby Mr. Pablo » Wed May 26, 2010 2:04 pm

Well, Mr. Hamilton, I happen to know a descendant of the man who shot you. So there.

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Re: Huge dilemna about where I want to work and go to school..

Postby traehekat » Wed May 26, 2010 2:15 pm

Hamilton SUCKS.

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Alexander Hamilton
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Re: Huge dilemna about where I want to work and go to school..

Postby Alexander Hamilton » Wed May 26, 2010 2:25 pm

I'm not sure if you've heard of a little something I wrote the majority of or not. The Federalist Papers... Ever heard of them?

Also, my duel with Aaron Burr? My story

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Re: Huge dilemna about where I want to work and go to school..

Postby MoS » Wed May 26, 2010 3:38 pm

wow

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Re: Huge dilemna about where I want to work and go to school..

Postby keg411 » Wed May 26, 2010 3:56 pm

onetimeonly95 wrote:I have unpredictable URM numbers which is why the dings at BU and Fordham...mid to late 150s and 3.5xgpa


How much did you study for the LSAT? Is it possible for you to re-take? I'm hesitant to recommend a lower ranked east coast school (Dozo/Brooklyn/Rutgers/Northeastern) + scholarship since most of them have GPA stips (though do you have any acceptances/scholarships at those schools?). Law is so regional, that region >>>> rank outside of the T14.




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