T2 to GMU Law?

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T2 to GMU Law?

Postby PitchO20 » Thu Apr 15, 2010 3:48 pm

What am I looking at to go from a 'well-regarded' T2 (Villanova, Penn St) to a lower T1 like George Mason? Top 25%? 15%?

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Re: T2 to GMU Law?

Postby Bankhead » Thu Apr 15, 2010 7:53 pm

Top 40% would probably do it, couldn't imagine too many people want to transfer into GMU.

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Re: T2 to GMU Law?

Postby 2009 Prospective » Thu Apr 15, 2010 9:07 pm

Bankhead wrote:Top 40% would probably do it, couldn't imagine too many people want to transfer into GMU.

Agreed. Unless you have an extremely pressing geographic need, I can't imagine many good reasons to give up your GPA and friends at your old school for GMU. I'll take a wild guess that you're from Northern VA looking to move back to the area and get in-state? I'm not sure what rank you would need but the website says top 20%. Also fwiw, GMU seems like a difficult school to adjust to as a transfer due to some odd quirks (eg economics class, 4 semesters of lrw among others).

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