hls24 Posted April 14, 2010 Share Posted April 14, 2010 I am a Senior at Brandeis, got into USC with deans merit scholorship, Duke with 15k and GPPI with unknown assistance yet (find out next week) -- Wondering what to do. I did not get into Kennedy, but I do not have professional experience. I was thinking whether to go g'town, if anywhere really. I have 670 V 790 M GRE, 3.55 Brandeis and some experience already (Communications director on a NYC city council race, as well as an Intern in the NY governor's executive chamber, our version of NY oval office). I was wondering if i should go to Georgetown and go that route, or just wait 2-3 years working (I have an offer out to go work for Deval Patricks Gov Campaign, which could lead to a real job for next year) and then try to reapply to Kennedy. I don't exactly have a read on my chances at that point however, and dont wanna wait 2 years and still not get in. However, if im gonna have a masters for 50 years, makes sense to have the best on possible right, even if it means waiting two years? Advice? Keep in mind the cost isnt really that much of a motivating factor, more the prestige/connections etc. Also staying in Boston is easy in a way cause I go to school here right now so lots of my friends are still around. thanks Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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