UChi w/ $30k v. GULC w/ $75k

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luxxe
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Re: UChi w/ $30k v. GULC w/ $75k

Postby luxxe » Mon Jun 25, 2012 9:52 pm

Doorkeeper wrote:
luxxe wrote:
Doorkeeper wrote:
luxxe wrote:Just got a job offer with the Obama campaign, Dean Perry said she would not let me defer.

Lol woops. Probably going to retake and reapply now.

Congrats. Have fun in Chicago for the next 6 months!

Word from the wise: Get Red Bull in IV drip form, breh.


Field organizer in Florida..... way more fun!!

Oh. Field organizer.

There isn't enough money in the world...

Also, I'd still consider Chicago for this year. That's your call though. Field organizers aren't exactly the first ones paid off when the jobs come in DC after the campaign...


Haha, I know. I am not unaware of how this is going to end.

I want to retake the LSAT anyway. I feel like I am wasting my GPA with my 169, but I was way too lazy to take it more than once before. I guess this was the impetus I needed to take time off and finally do it.

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Re: UChi w/ $30k v. GULC w/ $75k

Postby Doorkeeper » Mon Jun 25, 2012 9:56 pm

luxxe wrote:
Doorkeeper wrote:Oh. Field organizer.

There isn't enough money in the world...

Also, I'd still consider Chicago for this year. That's your call though. Field organizers aren't exactly the first ones paid off when the jobs come in DC after the campaign...


Haha, I know. I am not unaware of how this is going to end.

I want to retake the LSAT anyway. I feel like I am wasting my GPA with my 169, but I was way too lazy to take it more than once before. I guess this was the impetus I needed to take time off and finally do it.

Well, if you want to shoot for HYS, then go for it.

Good luck scheduling the time to study again.

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Re: UChi w/ $30k v. GULC w/ $75k

Postby noleknight16 » Mon Jun 25, 2012 11:18 pm

Meh. I still say Chicago. But I'm sure it will work out either way.




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