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Re: 3.34/167

Postby BigZuck » Thu Nov 07, 2013 2:53 pm

trees wrote:Specifically, how are my chances at Emory, WUSTL, Fordham, UNC, UGA, W&M, W&L, Wake Forest, GWU, Notre Dame?

Any input is appreciated. Thanks


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Unless you're using a lot of those schools for scholarship negotiation purposes I would revise the shotgun approach to applying to law school. Go to a school that places well in a region where you have ties, so long as it is at a reasonable price

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Re: 3.34/167

Postby BigZuck » Thu Nov 07, 2013 4:11 pm

trees wrote:Thanks. Yeah, I'm really hoping to get money from somewhere. Aside from the application fees, is there any real downside to applying to a lot of schools?


Not really, other than the time spent on the applications I guess

I applied to close to 25 schools I think but a good chunk of them were just for negotiation purposes

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Re: 3.34/167

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