Capitol A wrote:chrisokc wrote:Just to add something, that relaxed pace has benefits too. Kal and I have not a single "gunner" in our section. Not one of our teachers has ever humiliated a student or been mean with the Socratic Method. And, for the first six or eight weeks of the fall semester, I had free time every night because they were easing us into the routine.
I like the the idea of 'easing into the routine.' It will also be nice for me to be the only gunner in my section.
I think there are plenty of people that study very hard and have read all the books about exams and taken TLS advice to heart.
By "gunner", he means raising their hand to the point of popping it out joint, posing random stupid hypos, and arguing with teachers.
Longhorn88 wrote:kalvano wrote:Part of your student fees cover tickets. Just bring your student ID.
Thanks for the replies, another random question: does it seem like SMU law students seem to cluster when it comes to finding a place to live? If so, what neighborhoods or complexes?
It varies a bit, since Dallas is so spread out. Also depends on your budget. Right near the school is expensive. Probably the most popular place is Uptown, but plan on $1400 - $1600 a month in rent. The Village is a big complex a few miles away from school which is much more affordable. Think $750 - $1100.
I have a house way away from the school, so I'm not entirely sure where the young'uns hang out these days.