Anonymous User wrote:Straight P's here; 0 CBs; snail-mail dings from Latham SF, Pillsbury Winthrop SF, Miller Nash, Davis Polk SF; phone ding from Orrick (really?); one call from a restricted number that turned out to be a wrong number
Now I knew my grades weren't up to snuff going in, but I had the area ties, and I ran my bid list by the recruiters OCS made available. On top of that, I spent the better part of the summer reading career books, researching my firms (because I read that enthusiasm makes up for grades,) and rehearsing interviews. Did the mock interview and then another one immediately prior to EIP, and that went great. So I don't know what happened.
It's 9 a.m. and I need a drink. Or an academic advisor. But mostly a drink.
Dude, my heart goes out to you. Do you have any pending? I'll pray for you (ok, I'm an atheist, but even so...).
Anyone else feel like going to HLS was the worst decision of their life? If we went to a lesser school, chances are we would've done better. Particularly the schools that offered us scholarships, etc. At least we would've done better in the regional markets.