As someone who is about to finish his bachelor's degree and in the process of applying to law schools, I am beginning to wonder just how difficult it really will be. I understand that it will be quite challenging and that the reading amount is intensive, but is it really as difficult as many people say it is?
I mean on the bright side, I will not have Calulus 1 and 2, Statistics and Probability, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, a myriad of advanced Computer Science courses that I needed to take for my computer information science degree.
I have always excelled in humanistic studies such as English, History, and Sociology while finding science courses quite difficult, especially Calculus. So given all of this I wonder… How tuff, comparatively, will it really be?