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As much as I laugh whenever someone says pre-med, I die laughing whenever some pretentious tool says they're "pre-law." Saying you're pre-law is about as impressive as saying "I'm enrolled in a school somewhere!"
One of my roommates at Michigan did undergrad B-school and then went on to med school after graduating. Exactly like you are saying, he wanted the business background to ultimately run his own practice and then took Orgo, bio, etc, as his electives.
And another friend of mine got a Computer Engineering degree, and then opted to go directly to Law School right after undergrad.
As long as you take the electives required and show competency, you can do either Med School or Law School later.. it's not like getting a Master's in math after doing English Lit as your undergrad.
I've never understood what "pre-law" would even be.
I really like this feature
Agreed. I also like the fact that Steve will actually predict someone we are recruiting to commit to another school. Not exactly going on on a limb with Hood, but Jones and Marshall seem right now most neutral observers.
....Annnnnd as I'm writing this, I was going to dog on Bill Kurelic because he only had picked like 5 predictions, all of them to OSU. Looks like he's added some. I take back what I didn't have time to say but was previously thinking.
I guess in a nutshell, it's nice to not feel like Steve is blowing smoke up our ass. Same as in the past.
Still think it seems like a cool idea to let recruits update there own profiles interest level in schools
EDIT: in response to post above me
This post was edited by Aces High 12 months ago
you can't technically major in medicine, and going to a school for undergrad doesn't mean you'll get into the med school there by any means. you can major in english or anthropology and still apply to med school as long as you have the prerequisites (organic chems, biologies, etc).
and it's interesting that analysts picked ND for juju, as he hasn't made any midwest visits yet (to my knowledge). hope he and adoree' visit and are impressed
totally responded to this before reading the second page, hardware_sushi is correct, and my post has been rendered redundant
This post was edited by nmaxwell 12 months ago
The only thing I can think of is if you do what I did - Cornell allows undergrads to take a limited number of law school courses that are cross-listed with History and Government, so I double-majored in both and took every law school course available to me to essentially cobble together my own "pre-law" major. Other than that, there aren't any classes that specifically lend themselves to law school.
This crystal ball prediction thing is damn sweet!!! Somewhat surprised all the Vtech predictions for Hand.
"Those Who Stay...Will be Champions"
If those three drop for UM....they could make a run at being the best defense in UM history. Def give the 1997 defense a run for their money
Woah now hoss, let's not jinx them. They definitely could be a part of something very special though.
What bout Hilliman ?
JC Schurburt added the first prediction for A Scott. And its Michigan baby!
Has Mark made any predictions yet?
My one gripe would be that 247 needs to update the Michigan logo.
Seconded. Rivals also uses the outdated strike-thru logo.
I agree. I'm hoping they update it soon.
The only thing I thought that could possibly be added to each respective team's page, maybe on the commits page or in team rankings, is the expected number of scholarships or current number of available scholarships for each school. It could just just state the current number of graduating seniors and redshirt seniors on scholarship and maybe add in some players that are expected to leave early like Clowney. It would just be helpful to judge how many each school is expected to take in a given cycle. I know some schools will sign more than that amount, but it would just be another cool feature that probably wouldn't take too much time or energy to add to the current system.
Sure but the SEC gets an extra 5.
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