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Rutgers University New Brunswick

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I've tried some of them and the only

Apr 07 2014Psychology
I've tried some of them and the only one that has actually paid me is In order to make money you really have to check every day to see if you have any new surveys it's almost like having a job, because you have to dedicate time to answering surveys, and the ones that give you the most points are the ones that are most involved some even ask you to take notes, like what products you use on a daily basis.When I participated in this diligently I made about $ 10 a month because I'm a student living with my parents (I think older/independent people get more surveys), but it was like free gas for a week Word of caution, I suddenly started receiving MASSIVE LOADS of spam in my email once I signed up for a lot of these survey sites. So you might want to make a separate email for them. Was this answer helpful?
Alumna Female -- Class 2000
Starting Job: yrCoagqGai Preparedness: F Reputation: F

I am a Junior at Rutgers University and

Dec 18 2013Psychology
I am a Junior at Rutgers University and transferred from a small, private University after my freshman year and all I can say is transferring to this school was the best decision of my life. I am a Caucasian female studying Psychology and I can say this school is definitely my second home. The diversity at this school is amazing and never thought I would be able to click with so many different people. Students are extremely approachable and I do not feel judged or discriminated against at Rutgers. Classes are definitely challenging and extremely competitive, but I never thought I would learn so much in college. The social life is incredible and there is always something to do, between clubs, sports, greek life, career opportunities or internships, there is just so much to choose from. For instate students, you receive so much for the small tuition price. The professors are very intelligent, in my opinion, and generally pretty approachable. Although they may not remember your name, they definitely are there to help you succeed. All of my friends are here to get their degree and actually make something out of their lives which makes me feel students here are driven to do well. School work always comes first to many students and most students are willing to help each other. With the various campuses, bus system and large student body, I feel I have become much more independent and have an easier time transitioning into the real world compared to other friends at smaller, more personable schools. We study hard and party just as hard. The school sprit is incredible and it is rare if you do not attend the football games. Rutgers is something that has helped me grow and develop into someone I have always dreamed of being and my life would not be the same without it.
2nd Year Female -- Class 2015
Social Life: A+, Individual Value: C+

The bureaucratic system at Rutgers turns the entire

Aug 08 2013English
The bureaucratic system at Rutgers turns the entire experience into an absolute joke. It is near impossible to get appointments with academic and financial advisers, and when you do they are rarely helpful. You are forced to jump through hoops again and again just to receive help. Some professors are helpful and will make time for you, but most of the staff are painfully ignorant to what it is like to be a student at this institution. Attending this school is a constant and absolute study in frustration, anxiety, and disappointment--both in myself and in them.
3rd Year Female -- Class 2014
Perceived Campus Safety: A+, Individual Value: F

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