HeavenWood wrote:YehudaBauer wrote:HeavenWood wrote:Law Sauce wrote:I'd apply this ED somewhere this year. I'd probably chose Penn with your numbers and hope for NYC. With your numbers your chances are high. There is also UVA, Michigan, that you can ED to. I think that this is your best option.
Also, I wouldn't take the anxiety on exams into account in choosing a career. If you think you want to be a lawyer, then go to law school. You should get into a school worth going to. Obviously you'll have to work on it...
DO NOT ED TO PENN, UVA, OR MICHIGAN.
With a well-written app, you have an excellent shot at all three RD (especially Michigan).
If you wanna ED anywhere, pick one of CCN.
What would be the harm of ED'ing o Penn? I think I would like to go there over any of the other schools that I have a chance at. I don't think I could get into NYU, even with an ED. Therefore, I think it might be a good idea to ED to Penn just to be safe. Is there anything bad that can come of this?
You'd probably be screwing yourself out of $$ at Penn peer schools.
You think a 169, 3.8 is enough to get money at peer schools? I honestly wouldn't want to go to Michigan (too cold) and Virginia doesn't seem as good of a choice as Penn for someone who wants to work in NYC. Cornell sounds far too cold and boring and GTown/Duke don't seem like good choices for the NY area either. CCN are unobtainable and HYS even more so. I think Penn might be my best bet, even at a high price.