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Jul 07 2010Business - Management and Administration
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GWU is a great school in an incredible city. Many opportunities for internships, helpful faculty and the coursework in the business program is more challenging then anticipated. Do not get caught up in the myth of mostly "snobby" students.
2nd Year Male -- Class 2012
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Education Quality: A, Campus Aesthetics: B+
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Jul 01 2010Business - Management and Administration
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There are tons of kids from elite private day and boarding schools.
There are tons of rich kids driving BMWs, Mercedes, Range Rovers, and Porsches.I would say that if your parents are not brining in more than 500k after tax, you are going to feel very uncomfortable here. Also be prepared to drop a lot of money on keep up clothes-wise and shoes-wise.
2nd Year Female -- Class 2013
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Education Quality: A+,
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Jun 29 2010Public Health
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Best choice I could have possibly made! Sure, there are plenty of spoiled rich kids whose grades certainly did not get them into GW, but there are also plenty of "real" people who are genuinely interesting and fun. Plus, DC is the BEST for college students.
1st Year Female -- Class 2013
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Social Life: A+, University Resource Use: C+
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