giantsfan564789 wrote:I don't believe you, but a 167 is not something you should really be rolling with either. Especially if you want a good shot at a 100K+ job and not suffering from soul-crushing debt (speaking of which, I wouldn't really be all that comfortable with a 200K job if I had to pay back 300K in debt)
Haha I love how you just keep trying to guess my score. Here's some questions for you: What did you score? What was your gap? Where did you go to law school? Where did you go to undergrad? What is your salary? What is your iq? What do your parents make? If you refuse to answer any of these questions, I will make up my own answers to them, and if you say that answer is wrong, I will make up a new answer, and whenever you stop making retorts to whatever I assume is correct, I will assume that whatever I last guessed for every question is obviously 100% correct. Solid way of thinking buddy[/quote]
Don't know what you mean by gap- is that a sexual thing?
The University of Texas
In law school now, so zero. Last year it was like 29K
Mom is retired, 98K a year last year she was working I think? Don't have a relationship with my dad, your guess is as good as mine
Not sure how any of that was relevant, but if it helps you to not go to either of those schools at those prices then I'm glad to have shared it.
Anyway, good luck[/quote]
Ok, so I assume you aren't paying sticker for UT, considering that it has worse placement and is just overall worse and less prestigious than GULC. If this is correct then at least you follow your own rules
Yeah, nowhere close to sticker. I opted for the keep debt down and job goals reasonable at a strong regional over the T14 approach. But if it makes you feel any better I passed on 60-90K scholarships at a number of T14s that place better than Georgetown.
Again, I don't see what any of that has to do with your situation but if it saves you from either of these options then I'm more than happy to share.