PunjabiLower wrote: biv0ns wrote:
PunjabiLower wrote: 25-26 years old. Just seems way too old.
which is what makes you immature. how 26 is "too old" in any way is beyond me
Personal opinion. This isn't business school where you need 3-4 years of work experience. Graduate college at 21. Get 1 years work experience. Enter law school at 22-23. Why anybody is taking more than 2 years of is beyond me(excluding extreme cases). Seeing a 27 year old is just a bit funny to me, that's all.
Well, when you get to law school you will "see" many 27 year olds, and you will be surprised to find that they are not really any different that 23 year olds, except that they have probably worked a couple more years and/or have graduate degrees. I still haven't figured out how old you actually are, but it seems like you have this perception that people in their mid to late 20s are middle age and should be taking their kids to soccer practice and driving minivans, not going to law school. I'm not sure when the last time was I thought mid 20s was old, probably around 8th grade.
Anyway, I will be 26 when I start law school. I have been out of UG for four years, in that time I have gotten a master's degree, gotten married, decided I want to go to law school, and I will have worked for two years. My wife and I will also be having a baby sometime in the next week or two, which I'm sure makes you think I sound really old.