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# Part Time vs Full time

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06 Jan 2007, 13:31
If I'm 24, and I don't have a job that I want to stay it, should I def do full time? I'm gonna forsure have to move. However, I will probably to get into a good school if I apply part time, but won't be accepted full time. What is better? an average school full time or better school part time. 2.7 and 600 isn't good, so I don't have tons of options. Are you able to get the career services, peer groups going part time like full time?

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06 Jan 2007, 15:17

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Your stats are not going to automatically knock you out of a good program. Do you have any leadership or extra curicular activities that would mitigate?

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Schools: Chicago (Booth) - Class of 2009
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06 Jan 2007, 15:31
golfpro20050 wrote:
If I'm 24, and I don't have a job that I want to stay it, should I def do full time? I'm gonna forsure have to move. However, I will probably to get into a good school if I apply part time, but won't be accepted full time. What is better? an average school full time or better school part time. 2.7 and 600 isn't good, so I don't have tons of options. Are you able to get the career services, peer groups going part time like full time?

This entirely depends on this question:

Do you plan to switch careers or industry?

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Re: Part Time vs Full time [#permalink]

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06 Jan 2007, 17:26
rhyme wrote:
golfpro20050 wrote:
If I'm 24, and I don't have a job that I want to stay it, should I def do full time? I'm gonna forsure have to move. However, I will probably to get into a good school if I apply part time, but won't be accepted full time. What is better? an average school full time or better school part time. 2.7 and 600 isn't good, so I don't have tons of options. Are you able to get the career services, peer groups going part time like full time?

This entirely depends on this question:

Do you plan to switch careers or industry?

yeah. I only have one year in real estate, and I'm done with that

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