jgrin wrote:Lucidity wrote:I don't get it. Are you this dumb? You quoted me correctly, but yet missed the point completely. So i'll mention it again. we are comparing tech vs stcl. Outside of houston, tech places better by far everywhere else. The fact that UH, SMU, or Baylor does well here or there is irrelevant, because we are comparing tech and stcl.
And to beat a dead horse, you applied to tech right? How did that turn out for you? The answer to this question (that i've asked 3 times now) could really go a long way to explain your blind stupidity.
Yeah, and when doing this, you must compare to the rest of the state. I am saying that because Tech does not have a significant impact in any of the four major legal markets, and ST does, then ST is the better school.
No, i must not. Tell me the name of this thread. If i was accepted to stcl and tech, and had to chose between the 2, why would i consider other schools? Imagine you are advising your friend who had only enough money to choose between a civic or a corolla. Instead of only comparing the 2, you tell him to go get a mercedes. Your friend will give you a weird look and tell you that you're an idiot. The merits of UT, SMU, UH, Baylor, etc etc etc are meaningless in the context of this discussion.
I'll give you that stcl grads have good placement in Houston, but this is all i will give you. Tech has superior placement outside of Houston. Instead of disputing this point, you bring in other higher ranked schools into the discussion in what i can only assume as an attempt to libel tech's name because you were rejected from tech, and in some way feel you must champion stcl over tech every chance you get. You didn't get into tech. Quit cryin and get over it.