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Re: MVP v. lower t13 dillema

Postby Future Ex-Engineer » Thu Apr 20, 2017 5:12 pm

MarkmanPapers wrote:


Go with MVP. There's no way Cornell significantly beats 100k-120k with your numbers, and COL is pretty similar among the MVP/Cornell region.

So, unless you just want to go to Cornell over everywhere else, take the money and run.

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Re: MVP v. lower t13 dillema

Postby landshoes » Thu Apr 20, 2017 5:25 pm

What's the downside of engaging with Cornell? Seems low cost to ask.

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Re: MVP v. lower t13 dillema

Postby Trippel » Thu Apr 20, 2017 5:27 pm

Always worth it to get more money. Let them know about any deadlines from the other schools. If they give you an admissions offer, then tell them about the other scholarships. You will be able to land the same NYC biglaw jobs out of all of these schools-- go for the cheapest COA.

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Re: MVP v. lower t13 dillema

Postby MarkmanPapers » Fri Apr 21, 2017 10:38 am

Update: decided after looking at LSN and thinking it over to take the bird in the hand. Thanks, all, for your input.




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