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post #73216 of 97747
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Originally Posted by Dbear View Post

because you're taking a year off? lol8[1].gif


i dunno, maybe im misunderstanding the question


edit:  oh okay.  if you're doing internships and real work experience....i didn't think that meant taking a year off.  

well a year off from schooling doesnt mean year off from working
post #73217 of 97747
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Originally Posted by Dbear View Post

because you're taking a year off? lol8[1].gif


i dunno, maybe im misunderstanding the question


edit:  oh okay.  if you're doing internships and real work experience....i didn't think that meant taking a year off.  

Ha yea, definitely not just hitchhiking, smoking lots of weed and "finding myself"

If this isn't the most productive year of my life, I'll prolly become pretty fucking depressed honestly
post #73218 of 97747

yea my bad, I didn't know he meant a year off school to work. granted i don't know the details, but finishing school is a good thing :)

post #73219 of 97747
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Originally Posted by reedobandito View Post

Internships, real work exp, taking the GRE/GMAT/retaking the LSAT, volunteering etc.


I know it'll put me behind a year, and I really fucking hate that, but I think that if I can self structure enough that it'll really give me a direction and set of goals that are actually in tune with what I want to do and who I want to be. It's also a year for self improvement, where I intend to read a ton, watch a lot of great films, get in incredible shape etc etc

Behind what? Life isn't a race....
post #73220 of 97747
I agree with Fuuma. For me, the only drawback of graduating a year later than planned is that I won't be graduating alongside the friends I made freshman year.
post #73221 of 97747
Seriously, some of you are freaking me out. Just breathe a little.
post #73222 of 97747
No no I'm set to graduate this May, but I'll be taking a year off between UG and Grad/law school to figure out what I want to do.

I'm also strongly considering applying to grad programs in the UK, at places like St. Andrews, Edinburgh, Durham, UCL, Imperial etc...Anyone have any experience with this? How hard is it to do/relevant to a career path?
post #73223 of 97747
Seriously, this kind of talk makes me feel like I'm hanging out in other areas of the forum, where the average poster seems to be a pretty well-off, middle-aged, white guy with a great home, lots of expensive clothes, "toys," and all sorts of angst stewing within them nevertheless.
post #73224 of 97747
art is trying to get you kidnapped!
post #73225 of 97747
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Originally Posted by kindofyoung View Post

Hah please don't tell me you wrote all that just now laugh.gif

Also, trading a pair of shoes for this forum/community and a proxy-business doing alright would be beyond stupid

Did you ever figure out the vat refund thing
post #73226 of 97747
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Originally Posted by APK View Post

Seriously, this kind of talk makes me feel like I'm hanging out in other areas of the forum, where the average poster seems to be a pretty well-off, middle-aged, white guy with a great home, lots of expensive clothes, "toys," and all sorts of angst stewing within them nevertheless.

where there is talk of upgrading things like cars and girlfriends ...

and then horrifying realiZation that despite all it's pleasantries and what this forum revolves around, materialism and large collections and massive income/amassed wealth does not equate a sense of fulfillment and happiness for all. shocking eek.gif
post #73227 of 97747
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Originally Posted by artishard116 View Post

don't do it reedo, travel south america on a motorcycle instead.

Che bandito cool.gif
post #73228 of 97747
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Originally Posted by reedobandito View Post

No no I'm set to graduate this May, but I'll be taking a year off between UG and Grad/law school to figure out what I want to do.

I'm also strongly considering applying to grad programs in the UK, at places like St. Andrews, Edinburgh, Durham, UCL, Imperial etc...Anyone have any experience with this? How hard is it to do/relevant to a career path?

grad programs in what? i know for english/humanities that there are a lot of 1-2 year programs in england, and they have varying degrees of acceptance stateside
post #73229 of 97747
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Originally Posted by reedobandito View Post

No no I'm set to graduate this May, but I'll be taking a year off between UG and Grad/law school to figure out what I want to do.

I'm also strongly considering applying to grad programs in the UK, at places like St. Andrews, Edinburgh, Durham, UCL, Imperial etc...Anyone have any experience with this? How hard is it to do/relevant to a career path?

For a while I was planning on applying to a philosophy program at Edinburgh but the cost would just be too much. Would have been really fun, I think.
post #73230 of 97747
UK uni's are actually cheaper than US ones, although I doubt I'd receive as much (if any) sort of aid. I'm not exactly sure what type of grad degree I'd be pursuing, which is one of my considerations over this year. Want to talk to some professors/professionals and hear what they have to say
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