After acceptances

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After acceptances

Postby dvb689 » Mon Jan 10, 2011 6:21 am

Now that some of us have received acceptance letters, what is everyone's approach to the last semester of College before undertaking the rigors of law school? I hope that no one is going to completely slack off, but what's the mindset you have adopted? I know for me, I'd really like to use this last semester to spend substantial time with the people that will likely disappear from my life, as many (not all) invariably do over time. From an educational standpoint, I intend to do well and further my knowledge, as I try to do everyday. However, I would prefer not to fret over things that are trivial at this point (8th semester GPA).

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Re: After acceptances

Postby chihuahua12 » Mon Jan 10, 2011 9:28 am

I still care about my GPA. I may not necessarily bust my ass as hard as I have been, but I want to graduate with a certain number. Besides, It will stay with you forever. That's my take.

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