Lets try this again: Southern Schools good for jobs in NC.

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JustE
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Re: Lets try this again: Southern Schools good for jobs in NC.

Postby JustE » Mon Jan 02, 2012 7:04 pm

Can't argue with that.

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Re: Lets try this again: Southern Schools good for jobs in NC.

Postby AriGoldButNicer » Mon Jan 02, 2012 7:16 pm

JustE wrote:Can't argue with that.

Everything is fighting. I feel like I'm entering a field of nutbaskets.

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Re: Lets try this again: Southern Schools good for jobs in NC.

Postby JustE » Mon Jan 02, 2012 8:06 pm

AriGoldButNicer wrote:
JustE wrote:Can't argue with that.

Everything is fighting. I feel like I'm entering a field of nutbaskets.

Well, I cant exactly argue with that either. :lol:

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Re: Lets try this again: Southern Schools good for jobs in NC.

Postby westinghouse60 » Thu Jan 05, 2012 10:43 pm

AriGoldButNicer wrote:UNC is a quality school. It doesn't get much talk here, because NC isn't so popular. For NC, it's def better than Emory, which isn't bad either.

Neither is worth sticker. Neither gives big money (relative to their peers). My $ to Emory was less than ND and superiors like USC and WUSTL.

Obviously, Duke and UVa are elite, and much better. If u have ties, any top 14 is yiur besy bet. I'm personally opposed to taking the money and running to a top 50 over a top 10, because COL is still 60k minimum. I don't like betting, but I double down when I have good cards, and UVa/Duke are good cards.


+1, this is a good point that is often overlooked.

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Re: Lets try this again: Southern Schools good for jobs in NC.

Postby lisjjen » Thu Jan 05, 2012 10:51 pm

Okay OP. Go to Lawschooltransperency.com and look at their data clearinghouse. Those numbers should be half of your decision and scholarships the other half. If things look roughly the same at several or all of them, then go with whichever one appeals to you most personally.

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Re: Lets try this again: Southern Schools good for jobs in NC.

Postby Jah'rakal » Fri Jan 06, 2012 9:49 pm

what's wrong with wake or charlotte? why ain't they mentioned?




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