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A lot of people complain about every aspectQuite BrightMath
A lot of people complain about every aspect of Emory. I don't understand them. Emory is great university. I've made a bunch of amazing friends, the dorms are amazing, all of my professors are amazing and helpful (TAs almost never teach), the campus is eye-catching and I'm having a great time. I'll tell you this though, CHEM 141 is hard and a weed-out course, frat parties suck, and even though its only 20 min away from midtown Atlanta, it's far.
more→Nov 27 2014
1st Year Male -- Class 2018
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Campus Aesthetics: A+, Scholastic Success: B
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Not so brightChemistry
Thought of transfer before getting here.Never think of it since beginning of college.
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1st Year Female -- Class 2016
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Education Quality: A+, Scholastic Success: B+
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I attend Oxford College my first two yearsAveragePhilosophy
I attend Oxford College my first two years and then finished at Emory's main campus, Emory College. I loved my experience as I got the best of both worlds. Oxford College has gotten a bit bigger now but at the time back in 2003-2005, only 650 students, small class rooms, tutors available, great faculty-student interaction. Main campus, I loved being a Resident Advisor, loved my classes, my department, Philosphy, was very open and the faculty, top notch. I learned more in Logic and Ethics than expected and take the lessons I learned into my post-college college experiences in the real world. My only regret is not reading all the assigned material, I wish I had so I could have learned even more, however I was so involved in being social that I didn't study as much as I could've. If only I had worked harder I would have gotten an even more fulfilling experience so its very important to work hard and play hard! Overall, I love Emory and would recommend it to anyone.
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4th Year Female -- Class 2007
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Education Quality: A+, Useful Schoolwork: F
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