jbagelboy wrote:JamesDean1955 wrote:Gotcha DF, very helpful, thanks. I'd like to think that career services would advise students better, but that's wishful thinking. I went to a pretty good undergrad and our CSO sucked terribly.
I'd also like to think that you could make those 15 first bids count by having a wealth of knowledge available to you and selecting a mix of 5 Chicago/5 NYC/ 5 DC firms, all with very big SA classes, are in your grade range, recruit heavily from your school, and have high offer rates. But I guess that's very wishful thinking.
Lol same. my prelaw adviser told me I should expect to get into Stanford given my UG, internships and WE. Wasn't till I got to TLS that I realized just how flawed that logic was.
Yeah lol...and our OCI sucked...and this was for business majors and business gigs! Which you would think would be more plentiful. And Simplicity postings are a friggin joke...both in terms of the quality of the postings and chances of getting a job through it. When I saw that law schools have Simplicity postings I just .
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