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  • #16
    Originally posted by scottyboy View Post
    i don't plan on going to grad school. i plan on using my connections to land a sweet internship and within 3-6 years take over for Jerry Reese.
    haha......unless you have connections law or business school is the way to go. I probably wont even go into sports. International Business is what I really want to do so I am going to get my MBA in IB in Rome. SPM was a good excuse to mess around and have fun for 4 years tho and build a beastly GPA.
    Last edited by Rob S; 10-29-2009, 08:34 PM.
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      • #18
        Macro is the broad study. Take that.

        Originally posted by Rob S View Post
        haha......unless you have connections law or business school is the way to go. I probably wont even go into sports. International Business is what I really want to do so I am going to get my MBA in IB in Rome. SPM was a good excuse to mess around and have fun for 4 years tho and build a beastly GPA.
        Do Finance or Economics. International Business will get you no where.

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        • #19
          I'm in law school and I must say it is so great. I highly recommand it if you can do it.

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          • #20
            I just declared for law, I'm pretty pumped about it.


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            • #21
              I'm probably going to be going to law school too.



              Take Macro. I've done both and Macro was much easier.

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              • #22
                Took Macro first with an awful professor, was rough at first but kinda figured it out at the end. Pulled a low B.

                Took Micro second with another awful professor, went to class half the time and didn't study... Pulled an A. Granted, it help that I already had taken Macro.

                Macro is a little more theory in my eyes, I liked Micro because it was more specific.

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                • #23
                  I thought I'd like Macro because of the broadness, but I ended up getting pretty bored of it. I've heard both bad and good things about Micro. I've been told it was boring and tedious, but I know an Econ major who likes Micro a lot better and taking it in high school made him interested in the subject.

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                  • #24
                    I found Micro to be much easier at every level that I studied it.

                    Neither is exactly riveting stuff so that is probably the main reason to pick either especially given you hope to transfer and good grades will never hurt that.

                    Sports Management is that degree that sounds like it will be awesome but basically has no real world application, be careful with that one.


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                    • #25
                      Aren't alot of people in sports management positions either 1) former players and coaches or 2) from law school anyways?

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                      • #26
                        I thought Micro was slightly easier. I'd take that

                        stephenson86

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                        • #27
                          I hear micro is easier. I took AP Macro my senior year in HS first semester but the AP test is in May so I forgot everything and it was the only AP test I didn't pass. I then took Macro my first year in college and got over a 100% so I would pick whatever you did in your first economics class if you're going for the grade.

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                          • #28
                            If you have any common sense economics should be really easy be it macro or micro.

                            BK

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