I’m going to apply to both NYU Law campuses and see what happens, but I’d much rather go to the one in TriBeCa. It’s closer to my boyfriend’s apartment.
— Highlights from a prospective law student’s conversation overheard on the train ride to Manhattan this morning. She later said she was worried about the most recent administration of the LSAT. She had to retake it because her last score was a 148.
(Keep reading to see what happened next during this surreal encounter….)
Being the Good Samaritan that I am, I interrupted this girl’s call to tell her that she was dead wrong — there aren’t two NYU Law campuses. She didn’t believe me. “They both have New York in the name,” she said, rolling her eyes. From admission requirements to employment statistics, I explained in detail why she was wrong. She put her earbuds back in and sighed. Unfortunately, you can’t win ’em all.
Which "NYU Law campus" will accept this girl?
- Neither, but she's a shoo-in at U. Penn State Law in Philly. (70%, 1,539 Votes)
- NYU Law in TriBeCa (26%, 567 Votes)
- NYU Law in Washington Square Park (4%, 99 Votes)
Total Voters: 2,205