BS, patent bar eligible. 0.01 outside of my section's top third cutoff.
This will start out a little general, and once I get some feedback I'll post a bid list. I've already done my research on all the GULC "IP only" spots and other firms I might be interested in.
My question is mainly, what order to I put them in? I realize that I've got a better shot at screeners for the IP only listings (some have historically had less bids than interview slots), but do I rank them lower because of that and put the more competitive spots toward the top, or do I keep them at the top of the list to make sure I actually get them?
Also, does the "don't just target DC/NYC" rule apply to IP?
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Bump. Just need to know if I put my "ip-only" bids higher or lower than the rest. 3.48, so still relatively competitive for a number of general practice positions, so I don't want to put all my eggs in one basket with IP.
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