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BSEd Graduate Considering Law

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1 BSEd Graduate Considering Law on Mon Jul 29, 2013 10:25 am

advise_please2013


Arresto Mayor
Good day everyone.
I am a graduate of Bachelor in Secondary Education.
Recently, I am interested in taking up law.
Please advise as to the requirements and how long it takes to finish the degree (assuming all courses/subjects are passed).
Thank you.

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2 Re: BSEd Graduate Considering Law on Wed Jul 31, 2013 11:53 pm

Jingglealltheway


Arresto Menor
Hi there! I am a graduate of the same course, and I find it a little bit hard though I am still a student of the law. It's hard on my part because my classmates are usually graduates of law related courses, whereas in our case, the only laws that we studied during our college years are those with relation to our profession. My advice if you think you have all the guts in the world, and you really really dreamt of it by heart, then might as well continue pursuing it. You'll never regret you did! anyway, sa law school kasi I believe talo ng masipag ang matalino kaya aral lang talaga at makikita mo mas magaling ka pa sa graduate ng law related courses na yan. Smile)) PUSH! p.s. it is really a worthwhile experience. I guarantee you. Smile

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3 Re: BSEd Graduate Considering Law on Thu Aug 01, 2013 12:03 am

advise_please2013


Arresto Mayor
Naku!
Thank you so much for the inspiration.
Buti na lang hindi ako nag-iisang mangarap nito.
Na challenged lang talaga ako sa experience namin.
Kasi parang we have been bullied by people with money.
For example, my mother was a legal second wife.
Tapos the arrogant sibling of the first wife dared to evict her from the house.
There are other related cases that we've been through and still experiencing.
So, being a degree holder, parang kulang pa din.
So, I may have to go through the eye of the needle sa ambisyong ito.
God willing.

Good night and thank you again for sharing.

God bless sa'yo Jinggle.

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4 Re: BSEd Graduate Considering Law on Thu Aug 01, 2013 12:17 am

Jingglealltheway


Arresto Menor
You can do it! Ganan din ako nung una kasi nga parang my pre-law course is somewhat unrelated to the one I really want to pursue, kaya lang I've discovered na may mas malayo pa pala sa Educ na course, like I have classmates that are graduates of biology and nursing, engineering. So it really depends on the student talaga. Bawal kasi talaga tamad sa law school. Since you are so determined, another advice is you find a good law school, ask for their books already then read in advance.

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