Hey guys, can anyone give me directions to the nearest 7-11. I need to buy a MegaMillions ticket so that I can put a down payment on a new house. I have a backup, which is getting a job and paying for the house the responsible way, but I don't feel like doing that. Please, no trolls, I'm not interested in the odds of winning the lottery.
Minus the lottery you just described a mortgage.
I'll try not to be condescending...
What you are planning to do is not smart.
You havent even graduated UG yet.
Here is a better plan:
1. Graduate UG.
2. Get a job. Any job.
3. Earn $160.
Take your future seriously.
P.S. And don't tell me that you are, because it takes five minutes on this website to know that a 149 fucks you for life.
Btw, until you provide an adequate reason for not being able to afford a retake, no one here will take you seriously.
As stated above, I am working at a paid internship currently. Between car payments, cell phone bills, car insurance, rent and living expenses it can be rough forking over even 160 dollars to a test I would be taking in October. October being a time where i work 25-30 hours a week with a full course load (of engineering not pussy business/poly sci credits) and extracurricular activities.
However, it appears I am hitting diminishing returns here so I will seek out another resource for advice.
How do you plan paying for applications and all that if you can't afford $160 on a retake? I studied for only 4 months, and jumped 20 points from my first diagnostic. You can jump really quickly from just a little bit of studying. Now I'm going to a respectable TT with 20k debt. I didn't need to apply to TTT's or TTTT's, and I had a very mediocre score. Getting 10 points on the test would put you in the TT range.
If you want a list of schools, look at the profiles on this site. You may be able to get in to a TTT or TTTT that is the only school in the region...or has a reputation better than it's ranking...but a 149 is going to create a huge hurdle. And if you aren't worried about getting a job in the legal field, why bother going to law school?