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| There are a lot of very intelligent students, A good number of them smart--these people succeed if you over-work yourself, and/or have no social life. Then the other half of students are not total dummies but just plain lazy and work the system to their advantage by cheating their way through. The professors are usually arrogant but if they like you (you kiss their *ss*s) they will help you out and treat you like you should own the world. Then a quarter of the students struggle, smart or not, because they never adapt to the engineering program and dealing with the two extremes of students--and the SEAS department does little to offset this. |
|Dec 23 2008|| 5th Year Female --
Class 2008 |
My College, The George Washington University accepts only 35% of its applicants. |
The coursework is much more rigorous than perceived. Compatible to any Ivy League.
Amazing, bright, and connected faculty are drawn to this college for all the resources it has to offer.
The Career Center is one of the best in the nation, handled by an outside firm that provides total career management to students.
Abundance of internships available at your fingertips year-round (Summer Included) (Summer housing is available)
World class mock-trial team, and model united nations team.
Amazing guest speakers and opportunity to network.
This is the place to be, an international hub, the epicenter to make your career goals a reality
|Dec 12 2008|| 1st Year Male --
Class 2012 |
| I wouldn't call myself a typical individual from the north east, so my opinion might be jaded. But a lot of the kids here are little bitches, handed everything their whole lives and just sit around at starbucks dicking around on their lap tops. I transferred here after taking some time off from school, and it's really disappointing. Not at all how the school describes in its advertisements. However I have a hustle plan for my degree, so I'm not too concerned. Honestly though, if you're just starting your schooling off and don't have a concrete plan, don't come here. You will leave only more jaded. On the other hand, if you have a plan in mind, put your nose to the grind and get it done, DC is the powerhouse, you'll get the internship you want as long as you don't try to get it through the school. |
|Nov 25 2008|| Male --
Class 2000 |