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Hello all,
I have been accepted in Boston university, University of minnesota, and The university of Georgia, but In fact I do not know where I should go. Therefore, what do you suggest guys?

Thanks in advance,
Hello all,
I have been accepted in Boston university, University of minnesota, and The university of Georgia, but In fact I do not know where I should go. Therefore, what do you suggest guys?

Thanks in advance,
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I can say nothing about BU and Georgia.....However...what I can tell you is the Minnesota has an excellent program...as a matter of fact the program is really small..I think they do not have more than 40 students per year....you take classes all the time with the JD students....and it is very well ranked....(U of M is always in the top 20....in the US News ranking).....Faculty is terrific and Minneapolis is a great city and the school of law is really small and the cost of living is really low compare with other cities, particularly in the East Coast...I don't think it may have more than 500 students.........Some negative points to consider: the weather as you may know is auwful......although people in Minnesota are extremely nice...the environment is not as multicultural and international as you would like.....and without a car....you may not really enjoy the city......Anyway...I was really excited about going to UCLA and finally considering the costs of living..housing...tuition...etc..I decided to go to Uof M....I do not regret...I had a terrific year and it was worth it.....
I can say nothing about BU and Georgia.....However...what I can tell you is the Minnesota has an excellent program...as a matter of fact the program is really small..I think they do not have more than 40 students per year....you take classes all the time with the JD students....and it is very well ranked....(U of M is always in the top 20....in the US News ranking).....Faculty is terrific and Minneapolis is a great city and the school of law is really small and the cost of living is really low compare with other cities, particularly in the East Coast...I don't think it may have more than 500 students.........Some negative points to consider: the weather as you may know is auwful......although people in Minnesota are extremely nice...the environment is not as multicultural and international as you would like.....and without a car....you may not really enjoy the city......Anyway...I was really excited about going to UCLA and finally considering the costs of living..housing...tuition...etc..I decided to go to Uof M....I do not regret...I had a terrific year and it was worth it.....
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I can say nothing about BU and Georgia.....However...what I can tell you is the Minnesota has an excellent program...as a matter of fact the program is really small..I think they do not have more than 40 students per year....you take classes all the time with the JD students....and it is very well ranked....(U of M is always in the top 20....in the US News ranking).....Faculty is terrific and Minneapolis is a great city and the school of law is really small and the cost of living is really low compare with other cities, particularly in the East Coast...I don't think it may have more than 500 students.........Some negative points to consider: the weather as you may know is auwful......although people in Minnesota are extremely nice...the environment is not as multicultural and international as you would like.....and without a car....you may not really enjoy the city......Anyway...I was really excited about going to UCLA and finally considering the costs of living..housing...tuition...etc..I decided to go to Uof M....I do not regret...I had a terrific year and it was worth it.....



Thanks man. I have not decided yet, but It seems that I'll see you there. good luck...
<blockquote>I can say nothing about BU and Georgia.....However...what I can tell you is the Minnesota has an excellent program...as a matter of fact the program is really small..I think they do not have more than 40 students per year....you take classes all the time with the JD students....and it is very well ranked....(U of M is always in the top 20....in the US News ranking).....Faculty is terrific and Minneapolis is a great city and the school of law is really small and the cost of living is really low compare with other cities, particularly in the East Coast...I don't think it may have more than 500 students.........Some negative points to consider: the weather as you may know is auwful......although people in Minnesota are extremely nice...the environment is not as multicultural and international as you would like.....and without a car....you may not really enjoy the city......Anyway...I was really excited about going to UCLA and finally considering the costs of living..housing...tuition...etc..I decided to go to Uof M....I do not regret...I had a terrific year and it was worth it.....</blockquote>


Thanks man. I have not decided yet, but It seems that I'll see you there. good luck...
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