UF vs. FSU: 36 hours to decide

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lawschool2014
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Re: UF vs. FSU: 36 hours to decide

Postby lawschool2014 » Fri Aug 06, 2010 11:19 am

useruseruser wrote:
lawschool2014 wrote:What was your LSAT score? Did you apply to any t14s?


For Christ's sake dude, I'm not going to a T14. I'll either be enrolled at UF or FSU in a few hours. Get off it.


all right dude chill out. Just asking a question on "top law schools" forum. This is not "mediocre law schools.com," so off course you are going to be asked if you applied to/got admitted into a top law school. UF is a decent school and you will receive an adequate education there. good luck!

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Re: UF vs. FSU: 36 hours to decide

Postby Grizz » Fri Aug 06, 2010 11:27 am

lawschool2014 wrote:
useruseruser wrote:
lawschool2014 wrote:What was your LSAT score? Did you apply to any t14s?


For Christ's sake dude, I'm not going to a T14. I'll either be enrolled at UF or FSU in a few hours. Get off it.


all right dude chill out. Just asking a question on "top law schools" forum. This is not "mediocre law schools.com," so off course you are going to be asked if you applied to/got admitted into a top law school. UF is a decent school and you will receive an adequate education there. good luck!


You didn't get into one either. Reapply in your year off for HYSCCN.

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Re: UF vs. FSU: 36 hours to decide

Postby lawschool2014 » Fri Aug 06, 2010 11:32 am

rad law wrote:
lawschool2014 wrote:
useruseruser wrote:
lawschool2014 wrote:What was your LSAT score? Did you apply to any t14s?


For Christ's sake dude, I'm not going to a T14. I'll either be enrolled at UF or FSU in a few hours. Get off it.


all right dude chill out. Just asking a question on "top law schools" forum. This is not "mediocre law schools.com," so off course you are going to be asked if you applied to/got admitted into a top law school. UF is a decent school and you will receive an adequate education there. good luck!


You didn't get into one either. Reapply in your year off for HYSCCN.


No I did not get into HYSCN but I got into Upenn/Columbia/UVA and I settled for Duke. Not the best but pretty damn good.

Plus not allowed to apply next year if you defer and want to hold down $$$

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Re: UF vs. FSU: 36 hours to decide

Postby Barbie » Fri Aug 06, 2010 11:39 am

lawschool2014 wrote:
rad law wrote:
lawschool2014 wrote:
useruseruser wrote:
For Christ's sake dude, I'm not going to a T14. I'll either be enrolled at UF or FSU in a few hours. Get off it.


all right dude chill out. Just asking a question on "top law schools" forum. This is not "mediocre law schools.com," so off course you are going to be asked if you applied to/got admitted into a top law school. UF is a decent school and you will receive an adequate education there. good luck!


You didn't get into one either. Reapply in your year off for HYSCCN.


No I did not get into HYSCN but I got into Upenn/Columbia/UVA and I settled for Duke. Not the best but pretty damn good.

Plus not allowed to apply next year if you defer and want to hold down $$$



srsly-- flame. im convinced.

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Re: UF vs. FSU: 36 hours to decide

Postby MJMD » Fri Aug 06, 2010 11:42 am

lawschool2014 wrote:
useruseruser wrote:
lawschool2014 wrote:What was your LSAT score? Did you apply to any t14s?


For Christ's sake dude, I'm not going to a T14. I'll either be enrolled at UF or FSU in a few hours. Get off it.


all right dude chill out. Just asking a question on "top law schools" forum. This is not "mediocre law schools.com," so off course you are going to be asked if you applied to/got admitted into a top law school. UF is a decent school and you will receive an adequate education there. good luck!


If you think UF is a "decent school", then what's with the "mediocre-law-schools.com" crack? STFU!

UF is not a "decent school," by the way; it just happens to be an excellent school, rather than the semi-mythical Camelot-type environment attributed to the T14. I would say that the OP's choices, then, are between "excellent" at UF or "good" at FSU.

OP, if you can't sublet then try everything to get out of your lease: maybe 1L will teach you some relevant tricks there! But don't let a hasty apartment deal lure you away from the law school you've wanted to attend since you were a little kid.

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Re: UF vs. FSU: 36 hours to decide

Postby lawschool2014 » Fri Aug 06, 2010 11:48 am



srsly-- flame. im convinced.

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dont hate on me barbie... :)

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Re: UF vs. FSU: 36 hours to decide

Postby Skyhook » Sat Aug 07, 2010 8:02 am

OP, what did you decide?

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Re: UF vs. FSU: 36 hours to decide

Postby useruseruser » Mon Aug 09, 2010 1:01 pm

Skyhook wrote:OP, what did you decide?


FSU.

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Re: UF vs. FSU: 36 hours to decide

Postby Barbie » Mon Aug 09, 2010 1:02 pm

useruseruser wrote:
Skyhook wrote:OP, what did you decide?


FSU.


could you share your final reasoning?

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Re: UF vs. FSU: 36 hours to decide

Postby lawschool2014 » Mon Aug 16, 2010 8:31 pm

useruseruser wrote:
Skyhook wrote:OP, what did you decide?


FSU.


good luck!




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