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vanstone22 wrote:Notre Dame vs. WUSTL.....
whats the verdict?
The verdict is you don't love ND as much as you claimed to in the ND thread. My vote would go for whichever is cheaper or if you have an affinity or personal reason for one over the other.
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Zinn Man wrote:What is URM? I don't get half the abbreviations most of the time!
URM would be Under Represented Minority - aka groups who fit certain affirmative action/diversity quotas and thus receive a bump in they're chances of being admitted.
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jbrowning82 wrote:Anyone else find it surprisingly hard to get excited about this school even though its ranked so highly?
I am pretty excited! Def. one of my top choices outside the T14. I don't care about Fordham though and really don't see why everyone gets excited about being admitted to Fordham like its HYS....to each his own I guess
BTW, I am intl and have never in my life been to the midwest, but there is something that really excites me about WUSTL.
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wired wrote:So I have been complete since October, re-complete in Dec., just re-submitted my transcript. I still have not heard a yea, nea, or delay. I have a 169/3.45. Anyone in the same boat?
very interesting, did you write something vulgar on your lsat essay?
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vanstone22 wrote:I still haven't gotten a solid response to Notre Dame vs. WUSTL
I heard OCI was slightly less miserable at WUSTL than ND this year fwiw.
South Bend sucks.
St. Louis isn't much better but forest park is awesome and there are plenty of young people and bars (if you're into that thing).
Is there a dramatic difference in cost btwn the two? If not, go with where you're more comfortable. I say wustl ftmfw.