Transfer from TT to BC?

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Transfer from TT to BC?

Postby Anonymous User » Wed Jul 17, 2013 8:01 pm

I am in the top third (top 10% in second semester -- I had a somewhat slow start) of my class at a school that is ranked near the top of TT. To my surprise, I just got into BC. I like Boston and have great connections there. My current school is in a city I love though, where I have established many social connections, and where I may end up wanting to work/live after school (though I would certainly not rule out Boston). My current city/school may also be a better place for the type of law I think I may want to do. I am on a journal, which I presumably would have to give up. I am also worried about missing out on OCI if I transfer, though my connections in Boston may enable me to get a job without OCI. Money is not really an issue - paying sticker at both schools (and BC is actually slightly cheaper) and I am lucky enough to graduate with no debt. What to do?

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Re: Transfer from TT to BC?

Postby K Rock » Wed Jul 17, 2013 8:33 pm

Anonymous User wrote: Money is not really an issue - paying sticker at both schools (and BC is actually slightly cheaper) and I am lucky enough to graduate with no debt. What to do?


BC no doubt.




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