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    Still applying to schools?

    Hi All,

    Contracts to all of those who know where there are going to be next year!

    I was just wondering if anyone was still in the process of applying for next year?

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    Quote Originally posted by Moops
    Hi All,

    Contracts to all of those who know where there are going to be next year!

    I was just wondering if anyone was still in the process of applying for next year?

    I sorta am. I got into a school that I really want to go to, but I cannot afford it, so I am thinking about applying to a couple of cheaper, local schools and/or getting a full-time job.

    .....if I end up just getting a job, I will be trying to go back to school, at least at night maybe, sometime in the next 5 years.

    I WILL be a transportation planner one day, damnit.

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    Oopps!

    I did mean congrats and not contracts!

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    Quote Originally posted by Moops
    I did mean congrats and not contracts!

    figured

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    Can't say that I am. I had all of that handled by January, mostly because many of the deadlines were around that time.

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    I'm slowly working on a couple of applications for summer 2006 admissions: USC's real estate+planning and FSU's MBA.

    Ideally I want to earn a planning degree along with a real estate or MBA degree in a two year period. USC offers just that, so I'm crossing my fingers.

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    Quote Originally posted by OfficialPlanner
    I'm slowly working on a couple of applications for summer 2006 admissions: USC's real estate+planning and FSU's MBA.

    Ideally I want to earn a planning degree along with a real estate or MBA degree in a two year period. USC offers just that, so I'm crossing my fingers.
    Right now I am taking an appraisal class with someone who teaches in the RE program for USC. She went through the program a few years ago and highly recommends it!

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