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Is anyone considering going to a U of T youth summer program?


http://www.ysp.utoronto.ca/law

There are multiple weeks of medical science and law camps.

They seem interesting, but they come with a heavy price tag.

I think that it would be an amazing experience, and I may go!
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Promise me that you won't spend $1,000 on a course you could and likely will take in university for credit.
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@kaloolah wrote
Is anyone considering going to a U of T youth summer program?


http://www.ysp.utoronto.ca/law

There are multiple weeks of medical science and law camps.

They seem interesting, but they come with a heavy price tag.

I think that it would be an amazing experience, and I may go!


For what? What's the point?
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@ARMY101 wrote

@kaloolah wrote
Is anyone considering going to a U of T youth summer program?


http://www.ysp.utoronto.ca/law

There are multiple weeks of medical science and law camps.

They seem interesting, but they come with a heavy price tag.

I think that it would be an amazing experience, and I may go!


For what? What's the point?




To learn about law! It would be a great way to learn more about the profession before I devout the next few years of my life to trying to get into a good law school.

As for another thing, I may go to U of T law (or even U of T for undergrad), so it would be a good chance to see what it`s like.

It`s a summer camp, so I would have time to chill and meet new people too!

I sure wouldn`t be going to the full compliment of those law camps, because I would need to spend some time working.
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@kaloolah wrote
To learn about law! It would be a great way to learn more about the profession before I devout the next few years of my life to trying to get into a good law school.

As for another thing, I may go to U of T law (or even U of T for undergrad), so it would be a good chance to see what it`s like.

It`s a summer camp, so I would have time to chill and meet new people too!

I sure wouldn`t be going to the full compliment of those law camps, because I would need to spend some time working.



1. You can learn A LOT about law (as a profession) just by looking around the internet. You'll also learn quite a bit just by taking law courses, which I'm sure you will. Intro law will certainly cover stuff like that.

2. Professional schools hold lots of orientations/tours - ones that are FREE and usually catered.

3. $1000 to chill and meet new people? Not worth it.
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@mynameismattgotmlgo wrote

@kaloolah wrote
To learn about law! It would be a great way to learn more about the profession before I devout the next few years of my life to trying to get into a good law school.

As for another thing, I may go to U of T law (or even U of T for undergrad), so it would be a good chance to see what it`s like.

It`s a summer camp, so I would have time to chill and meet new people too!

I sure wouldn`t be going to the full compliment of those law camps, because I would need to spend some time working.



1. You can learn A LOT about law (as a profession) just by looking around the internet. You'll also learn quite a bit just by taking law courses, which I'm sure you will. Intro law will certainly cover stuff like that.

2. Professional schools hold lots of orientations/tours - ones that are FREE and usually catered.

3. $1000 to chill and meet new people? Not worth it.




I most likely won't go. I also applied to Explore, and that is free, 5 weeks and probably a better experience.

Thanks for your input!
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