What would you take over a Rubenstein at UChicago

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What would you take over a Rubenstein at UChicago

Harvard at sticker
63
17%
Yale at sticker
117
32%
Stanford at sticker
79
22%
CLS at sticker
11
3%
NYU at sticker
4
1%
Full Ride at B
39
11%
MVP with $$
6
2%
None of the above
48
13%
 
Total votes: 367

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Pleasye

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Re: What would you take over a Rubenstein at UChicago

Postby Pleasye » Thu Mar 10, 2011 5:27 pm

Ruby unless Stanford calls.

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Re: What would you take over a Rubenstein at UChicago

Postby notanumber » Thu Mar 10, 2011 9:33 pm

I'd probably take Yale or Stanford over a Rubenstein. But that's because I know that I'd drive myself insane if I had to gun for grades in order to land into a great job and would end up, as a result, not really enjoying law school or spending time doing the things I love. A sizable number of Chicago students are struggling to find jobs and in that environment I'd pay for the LRAP insurance.

If you're really into Chicago, though, it would be hard to turn it down.

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Re: What would you take over a Rubenstein at UChicago

Postby almightypush » Fri Mar 11, 2011 1:43 am

notanumber wrote:I'd probably take Yale or Stanford over a Rubenstein. But that's because I know that I'd drive myself insane if I had to gun for grades in order to land into a great job and would end up, as a result, not really enjoying law school


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Curry

Re: What would you take over a Rubenstein at UChicago

Postby Curry » Fri Mar 11, 2011 4:12 am

notanumber wrote:I'd probably take Yale or Stanford over a Rubenstein. But that's because I know that I'd drive myself insane if I had to gun for grades in order to land into a great job and would end up, as a result, not really enjoying law school or spending time doing the things I love. A sizable number of Chicago students are struggling to find jobs and in that environment I'd pay for the LRAP insurance.

If you're really into Chicago, though, it would be hard to turn it down.


I don't have any strong feelings one way or another. Thanks for all the help guys. I really really appreciate it.

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Re: What would you take over a Rubenstein at UChicago

Postby bdubs » Fri Mar 11, 2011 4:06 pm

Why do you assume HYS are at sticker? Is your family very wealthy, but completely unwilling to support you during law school?

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Re: What would you take over a Rubenstein at UChicago

Postby Curry » Fri Mar 11, 2011 4:24 pm

bdubs wrote:Why do you assume HYS are at sticker? Is your family very wealthy, but completely unwilling to support you during law school?

I am getting no merit/need based aid and am going to have to take out loans if I don't get a scholarship

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Re: What would you take over a Rubenstein at UChicago

Postby Dany » Fri Mar 11, 2011 4:38 pm

Curry wrote:
bdubs wrote:Why do you assume HYS are at sticker? Is your family very wealthy, but completely unwilling to support you during law school?

I am getting no merit/need based aid and am going to have to take out loans if I don't get a scholarship

When did you submit your NeedAccess? What about FAFSA? UR date at S? This is all relevant, of course.

Curry

Re: What would you take over a Rubenstein at UChicago

Postby Curry » Fri Mar 11, 2011 4:50 pm

eskimo wrote:
Curry wrote:
bdubs wrote:Why do you assume HYS are at sticker? Is your family very wealthy, but completely unwilling to support you during law school?

I am getting no merit/need based aid and am going to have to take out loans if I don't get a scholarship

When did you submit your NeedAccess? What about FAFSA? UR date at S? This is all relevant, of course.

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