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yesyesyes
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very random

Postby yesyesyes » Mon Dec 27, 2010 7:46 pm

hey everyone,

i have a random question. my friend in undergrad was told by advisers at the school that she could not be a resident and get in-state tuition. she is a senior now ( and i met her this semester) and i am in law school where she goes to undergrad and know for a fact that it isn't difficult to become a resident and get in-state tuition. so basically, she got screwed over for 50k+. anything she can do?

thanks!

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glitched
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Re: very random

Postby glitched » Mon Dec 27, 2010 8:08 pm

I don't know what she can do but I know something you can do. Just ask her out on a date and get out of that wretched friend zone.

yesyesyes
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Re: very random

Postby yesyesyes » Mon Dec 27, 2010 8:22 pm

did that several months ago, no worries lol

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Re: very random

Postby 2Serious4Numbers » Mon Dec 27, 2010 8:40 pm

leeronalda wrote:I don't know what she can do but I know something you can do. Just ask her out on a date and get out of that wretched friend zone.


damn. i was thinking the exact same thing but you beat me to it

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Re: very random

Postby Dany » Tue Dec 28, 2010 1:18 am

Why is this in the law school admissions forum?

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Re: very random

Postby theghostofDrewTate » Tue Dec 28, 2010 2:19 am

yesyesyes wrote:hey everyone,

i have a random question. my friend in undergrad was told by advisers at the school that she could not be a resident and get in-state tuition. she is a senior now ( and i met her this semester) and i am in law school where she goes to undergrad and know for a fact that it isn't difficult to become a resident and get in-state tuition. so basically, she got screwed over for 50k+. anything she can do?

thanks!


Most states make it pretty hard to get in state tuition with a requirement that you live in the state for at least one year prior to matriculating to school in order to get the in state rates. For grad schools/law schools, they sometimes have inducements like the promise of in state tuition if you serve as a research assistant or grad assistant, but those avenues generally aren't available to undergrads. Wrap it up buddy, you don't want that gal mothering your pups, she ain't smart enough.




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