Paying sticker at BC?

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texaspecial88
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Paying sticker at BC?

Postby texaspecial88 » Sun Mar 21, 2010 6:04 pm

Is paying sticker at BC a bad idea if you are not 100% you want to try and pursue biglaw?

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Puffy
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Re: Paying sticker at BC?

Postby Puffy » Sun Mar 21, 2010 6:10 pm

I guess it would be a bad idea if you had better options. And if you didn't, then I guess you don't really have a choice.

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Re: Paying sticker at BC?

Postby beesknees » Sun Mar 21, 2010 6:13 pm

Do they have any kind of loan repayment assistance program? Is it any good?

In essence, you have to answer your question by answering several other questions that all answer one big question - how will you pay off your debt? If the only answer you get is IBR, then I suggest looking at a school that offers you a good $$ package or sitting out a cycle and retaking in hopes for a better LSAT to gain you some $$.

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Re: Paying sticker at BC?

Postby guinness85 » Sun Mar 21, 2010 6:14 pm

Puffy wrote:I guess it would be a bad idea if you had better options. And if you didn't, then I guess you don't really have a choice.


"Better option" as in $$$ at a T2??

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Re: Paying sticker at BC?

Postby texaspecial88 » Sun Mar 21, 2010 6:21 pm

Puffy wrote:I guess it would be a bad idea if you had better options. And if you didn't, then I guess you don't really have a choice.


I have 20k a year at Tulane, do you consider that a "better option".

And even if I had a worse option, i'd still "have a choice"...




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