Which university should I go to? Advice please


BANDORA
Hello,
First of all,sorry for my English.I just started to learn English.
I was thinking about LLM programs,but I'm really lost.
I don't know what to do!
I have:
-3:20 out of 4 GPA.(LLB degree)from best university in my country.
-After my graduated I studied in law program (105 hours).
-I worked in law consultant for 6 months (as a volunteer).
-I have 7 training courses in my field.

I'm thinking about study intellectual property law or international law.
Which university is better for me? I want your advice guys coz I don't have any experience in american universities.(I want the best university for my situation).
Is Duke,NY,Washington(Seattle) and university of Minnesota possible?and if there are any other universities you think it's good for me please tell me about it.

Thank you
Hello,
First of all,sorry for my English.I just started to learn English.
I was thinking about LLM programs,but I'm really lost.
I don't know what to do!
I have:
-3:20 out of 4 GPA.(LLB degree)from best university in my country.
-After my graduated I studied in law program (105 hours).
-I worked in law consultant for 6 months (as a volunteer).
-I have 7 training courses in my field.

I'm thinking about study intellectual property law or international law.
Which university is better for me? I want your advice guys coz I don't have any experience in american universities.(I want the best university for my situation).
Is Duke,NY,Washington(Seattle) and university of Minnesota possible?and if there are any other universities you think it's good for me please tell me about it.

Thank you
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chicken so...
Of course, Duke has a great International Law program, and NYU is obviously one of the best law schools in the country, for both specializations.

If I were you and I had just started learning English, my main concern would be my TOEFL score. Have you taken a practice test? NYU, for instance, requires you to have at least 100 on the TOEFL... Seattle requires 92... Some are more flexible, Minnesota doesn't actually have an actual minimum score, but says that candidates who score 100 or higher are "strongly preferred."
Of course, Duke has a great International Law program, and NYU is obviously one of the best law schools in the country, for both specializations.

If I were you and I had just started learning English, my main concern would be my TOEFL score. Have you taken a practice test? NYU, for instance, requires you to have at least 100 on the TOEFL... Seattle requires 92... Some are more flexible, Minnesota doesn't actually have an actual minimum score, but says that candidates who score 100 or higher are "strongly preferred."
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BANDORA
Of course, Duke has a great International Law program, and NYU is obviously one of the best law schools in the country, for both specializations.

If I were you and I had just started learning English, my main concern would be my TOEFL score. Have you taken a practice test? NYU, for instance, requires you to have at least 100 on the TOEFL... Seattle requires 92... Some are more flexible, Minnesota doesn't actually have an actual minimum score, but says that candidates who score 100 or higher are "strongly preferred."


Thank you for your post.you are right.I never take toefl or ielts.
I will take ielts test soon,but I preferred to ask about universities to achieve their requirements before applying time,and I want to know what is the best university for my qualifications.
Thanks again.
<blockquote>Of course, Duke has a great International Law program, and NYU is obviously one of the best law schools in the country, for both specializations.

If I were you and I had just started learning English, my main concern would be my TOEFL score. Have you taken a practice test? NYU, for instance, requires you to have at least 100 on the TOEFL... Seattle requires 92... Some are more flexible, Minnesota doesn't actually have an actual minimum score, but says that candidates who score 100 or higher are "strongly preferred."</blockquote>

Thank you for your post.you are right.I never take toefl or ielts.
I will take ielts test soon,but I preferred to ask about universities to achieve their requirements before applying time,and I want to know what is the best university for my qualifications.
Thanks again.
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Thank you for your post.you are right.I never take toefl or ielts.
I will take ielts test soon,but I preferred to ask about universities to achieve their requirements before applying time,and I want to know what is the best university for my qualifications.
Thanks again.


Hi,

If you are planning on applying to an American University I would strongly recommend taking the TOEFL instead of the IELTS, the TOEFL is accepted at all of the American Law Schools, and the IELTS only at a few.

Furthermore, the TOEFL is also accepted at all the Law Schools in the UK, even though they also accept IELTS.

Good Luck!
</blockquote>
Thank you for your post.you are right.I never take toefl or ielts.
I will take ielts test soon,but I preferred to ask about universities to achieve their requirements before applying time,and I want to know what is the best university for my qualifications.
Thanks again.
</blockquote>

Hi,

If you are planning on applying to an American University I would strongly recommend taking the TOEFL instead of the IELTS, the TOEFL is accepted at all of the American Law Schools, and the IELTS only at a few.

Furthermore, the TOEFL is also accepted at all the Law Schools in the UK, even though they also accept IELTS.

Good Luck!
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