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2 months ago
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Anybody know any good colleges for a history/law major?

Currently, I'm a rising sophomore with an interest in history and law. I plan on taking 12 APs, and 11 honors (I've only taken 2 APs and 4 honors so far though) and currently have a 4.1 GPA. I took the DSAT and got a 1470 but I'll take it again next year and hopefully do better. Any advice would be helpful, thank you.

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2 months ago

Hobart and William Smith is another good one. It has a pre-law program where you spend three years there and then are basically guaranteed admission into Cornell for the next three years. They also have a super pretty campus in the Finger Lakes, a relatively high acceptance rate, and some very strong humanities offerings.

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2 months ago

Well, obviously Havard Law would be good and you could reach that as long as you keep up your academic record.

If you want to keep school affordable, go inside your state and look at colleges there. I also recommend you don't test out of all college courses through AP, you might want some easier classes while taking a law degree.

Law:

Jacksonville University

Lincoln Memorial

Yale

Drexel University

Faulkner/Thomas Goode Jones School of Law

History:

University of Pittsburgh

Carnegie Mellon

Colombia University

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