September 16, 2008 at 16:45:44 Sep 16, 2008 @ 16:45
lulz. i think just about anywhere in the southwest is easy to get into
A lot of dudes at my school scoff at William and Mary.
Why's that? And fuck, that's a ridic GPA.
It's for nerdz and Williamsburg is a historical blunder of a place.
You regret it that much, riceispro? lol
Are you the socializing, party type? I'd imagine it'd be kind of hard at NYU if you weren't.
Plus, you always need money to go anywhere. That'll suck if I get in.
meh, i wish i had waited for my chicago waitlist decision
William and Mary, loved of old
Hark upon the gale
College of William & Mary, got in with a 3.96 GPA (out of 4.00), class of 2012. Doing physics homework right now - it's a bitch.
lol why? Chicago is a bummer of a school. I mean you seem to be on that pre-law grind, but I also think that big law seems like a total bummer. I'm also biased as a California college student with a million friends from New York. I think New York is like the pinnacle of existence, etc.
I'm at Occidental College. Small college can feel claustrophobic, especially since my high school was way bigger, but now that I'm a senior I love this shit. Small classes, seminars, the beach 20 minutes away, and perfect weather every day are some perks. College is what you make of it wherever you're at. I go hard on the weekends, and in my senior seminar.
I do, however, recommend placing career opportunities as a key admission criteria. My school ranks high in PhD production, but a lot of people aren't hooked up with a job after graduation. I'm just saying this because I'm a senior and totally shook, but at the same time, you can get hooked up coming out of some schools.
With nerds come hardly any party scene.
Do they fuck each other over, too? Like give out fake notes and shit? Cutthroat business?
One of my best friends runs on the cross country and track team there.
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