My experience is my experience and will differ from others, so to rate this poorly is a pathetic attempt to denigrate my opinion and over-glorify your school. I was born in a small town but raised in a large one. I graduated from a very academically stimulating high school. I am an open person when it comes to new people and ideas.
I am no longer at this school, but I felt compelled to write this review in hopes helping potential students have a better insight of what this school is really like. I have broken this review into five categories: how to survive at A&M, football, peers, academics, and College Station.
Donâ€™t get me wrong, Texas A&M is a great school, but its not for everyone. You will only survive in this school if you meet the following requirements: staunch Christian, close minded, vote republican, and most importantly... WHITE.
The games were amazing and fun. As a football fanatic, the comradely and traditions were fun and enjoyable. If you do plan on attending A&M, the games are a plus!
The students at A&M, some are extremely approachable and friendly, but majority follow and conform to rigid cliques. Most seem to have followed there friends from high school into college and keep to that circle. I even got into an argument with someone when they got mad at me for saying hello instead of howdy.
The academics at A&M are sub-par. The lower level classes I thought were way too easy; it was basically high school in review. Some of the upper level classes did challenge you, not because of the analytics involved, but more because the professors were horrible.
College Station is extremely boring! I came from a big city and transitioning to a dainty city was too much work. They really do cow tipping here for funâ€¦â€¦
Like I said earlier, I am no longer at A&M, I have transferred to UH. My experience with UH so far is enjoyable.