dj9i27 wrote:jagerbom79 wrote:dj9i27 wrote:jagerbom79 wrote:Well not intro to Fin Acc but an upper level FAR and Tax class, and then on the math side Calc 2
damn they made you take 2? for accounting? wtf I went up to 3 which was a bad move because I got a C (I was burnt out on stem, took 18 credits of that shit in one semester).
I miss UG tho. bouncing majors, not knowing what was next; everything was just, chaos and fun. now it is too structured, I wish I could have it back but doubt I ever will.
Hahaha well said! I knew what I wanted to do, but everything really was just fun and chaos
No for Accounting at my school, it was just business calc that you had to do. I wnted to make myself more competitive so i was thinking about adding Applied math as a minor. I thought i was badass enough to handle my true first really hard semester of college by taking upper level maths and accounting at the same time. Truly, finance wasn't nearly as difficult.a joke comparatively. I didnt finish the Applied Math minor because my schedule would have just been too ridiculous to get all 3 subjects in on time for graduation. And then of course still later on in school, I had some 1-off bad professors or shit grades for one reason or another ;( aka I did well, but really banking on TOP GUN LSAT Score
i can relate to the thinking you're hardcore enough to take a shit load of hard classes and pull off a 4.0.. did not work for me lol.
I feel like the fact that (and I'm presuming here) neither of us have a 3.8+ actually drives us a little more to get that 175+ since it is a ticket to low debt pretty much. oh please medians, drop again for the love of God make a high lsat worth its weight in gold. I saw a 3.9 169 get dillard, I wonder if the inverse is true as well.
Exactly. *Prayer Hands* PLEEASEE