Conditional offer made this afternoon. Conditions: 1) pass in master's degree, 2) TOEFL/IELTS, 3) transcripts, 4) acceptance of offer, 5) financial undertaking, 6) college membership.
Now I'm facing a super-huge problem - I'm also a principal candidate for the Foreign Fulbright scholarship and I have been accepted by couple of top 20 US law schools (non T-14 though). So here's the dilemma: Fulbright + "X" US university for free vs. Cambridge (!) with 20k GBP debt.
By the way, my TOEFL was 103. Should I try to retake and go for the Cambridge, or is it better to stick with the Fulbright and not so well-know American universites. Any opinions? :)
P.S. I'm from Eastern Europe.
P.S.S. Also waiting for the Oxford's MJur.
If I were in your position I'd take Fulbright and top 20 - the weight of a full, prestigious, internationally known scholarship would win out for me because of the CV benefit.
No idea about the TOEFL issue though.