sharktankdean wrote:I mean we can all google pics of we want to see the campus..not being able to go to ASW is not gonna affect my decision.
Yeah, I did mention a bit about flight prices, from which you could have inferred that I'm personally concerned about whether I can make it to the ASW if accepted. But this isn't the message I meant to send. I'm committed to the idea that I won't be accepted, so any word from SLS will be warmly received. I was attempting to look at it from the perspective of the law school, and most seem keen to get students to come out for their ASWs.
A visit isn't necessary to sell me on the school - though I think Stanford knows that once you've brought someone to their campus, it'd be hard to get him/her to say no. At the same time, though, it'd be interesting to see yield rates for those accepted in April. I could see them being higher than for the rest of the applicant pool, since we've stuck around longer and are perhaps more committed to the school. Thus less of a concern with luring us to Palo Alto... meh, my apologies for wasting your time with inane blathering.