one&only wrote:Luis Gomez wrote:statuscheckerssuck wrote:It seems like all those under admin review for an extended period have LSATs above their 75th percentile.
I hope that means we are being considered for scholarships. I am as poor as my avatar (Jack Sparrow not Johnny Depp) but with big dreams.
Why are you so excited about being admitted to the third best school in North Carolina, you should have applied to Duke or UNC.
Ok, one&only your question is definetely in the wrong thread, but I do have an awnser.
"Wake Forest University School of Law provides a solid legal education in a small, personal atmosphere. Indeed, with a student-to-faculty ratio of approximately 10 to 1 and around 500 students in total, classes are amongst the smallest in the nation."
"At Wake Forest the students learn how to think and act like a lawyer. First-year students take most of their courses in small sections of approximately 40 students. Their legal writing classes are smaller, with only about 20 students in each section."
After considering this info, I decided I would get the most out of a school like Wake Forest; and thus I am very exited about the possibility of attending.
Cheers and good luck in UNC, I know it is also a great law school.