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Texas A & M University College Station

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Jan 13 2014Accounting
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Texas A&M is one of the best and most underrated universities. The people are down-to-earth and friendly. Above all, you get a fantastic education and opportunities to prove yourself at work. Aggies have a reputation of being hard-workers and good people to work with. I never have to apologize for my education. We can all laugh at silly jokes because we all know that?s what they are and we?re fortunately enough to have a good sense of humor about it. I have life-long friends that I still keep in contact with from my time at A&M.
4th Year Male -- Class 2006
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Education Quality: A+, Campus Aesthetics: B
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Transferred here after my freshman year and have never regretted my decision! Such a wonderful school where everyone is welcoming. There are tons of opportunities to get involved and everyone shares the enthusiasm and pride for Texas A&M University. We're a big Aggie family focused on our education, making life long friends and keeping traditions.
2nd Year Female -- Class 2014
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Education Quality: A+, Innovation: B
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Best place on earth
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Education Quality: A+, Scholastic Success: F
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