Overapplied... Help me choose among T14 schools!!

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Please help!!

UT Austin ($90,000)
17
8%
Virginia ($130,000)
20
10%
Penn ($150,000)
11
5%
Michigan ($160,000)
24
12%
Chicago ($160,000)
103
51%
NYU ($210,000)
28
14%
 
Total votes: 203

cubswin
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Re: Overapplied... Help me choose among T14 schools!!

Postby cubswin » Fri Apr 01, 2011 2:22 pm

kid charlemagne wrote:If your "S.O." goes to Michigan, why wouldn't you go there....?


Because Chicago is a better school, in a better city?

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edgarfigaro
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Re: Overapplied... Help me choose among T14 schools!!

Postby edgarfigaro » Fri Apr 01, 2011 2:56 pm

cubswin wrote:
kid charlemagne wrote:If your "S.O." goes to Michigan, why wouldn't you go there....?


Because Chicago is a better school, in a better city?


Yeah, but if she's serious about keeping her SO, she should at least look at Michigan...Ann Arbor is a whore, after all.

splitmuch
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Re: Overapplied... Help me choose among T14 schools!!

Postby splitmuch » Fri Apr 01, 2011 4:46 pm

kid charlemagne wrote:If your "S.O." goes to Michigan, why wouldn't you go there....?



Because an SO isn't the end-all be-all?

texaskk
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Re: Overapplied... Help me choose among T14 schools!!

Postby texaskk » Fri Apr 01, 2011 11:01 pm

splitmuch wrote:
kid charlemagne wrote:If your "S.O." goes to Michigan, why wouldn't you go there....?



Because an SO isn't the end-all be-all?


This, and the "better school better city" reason. When he was deciding, Michigan was his best choice but we both agreed that whenever I applied I shouldn't turn down a better school or one I liked more to join him at Mich. Also, we're both straight out of undergrad and thus young, and assuming we stay together and get married in a couple years, I think each having our own law school experience/being independent for awhile could be beneficial before we take that next step.




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