JoeMo wrote:FeelTheHeat wrote:To whoever was caring about the rankings difference, it doesn't matter. Weigh the total costs and, more importantly, where you want to practice
I simply said IMO that W&M is the better school which was counterpointed by arguing the #27 to #47 difference. I think there's way more that goes into what makes the school a better school.
I do agree that where you want to practice makes a huge difference outside of the T14 but so should the quality of the education you're going to receive and the potential for being employable after you graduate.
TCR. You may want to work in Florida, but it is very important to ask if people from the schools you are looking at are actually getting jobs in the state and in the field you are interested in. For example, you may WANT to work in NY, but that doesn't make Hofstra the right choice. Despite any "lols", you are asking good questions.