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I came from one of the best boardingNot so brightOther
I came from one of the best boarding schools in the nation. I thought TWU would be an easy place to begin and would give me time to decide where I really wanted to go or what to major in. I was surprised when I found many of my courses to be challenging. Most of my high school went to Ivy League colleges; I was accepted to two of them but didn't want to go without having a plan. What I found is that it isn't easy, but the attention you get from professors allows you to master the material rather than trying to 'get' the score.
4th Year Female -- Class 2011
Education Quality: A+, Surrounding City: B-
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The only issue I have had at TWUQuite BrightEnglish
The only issue I have had at TWU is the Bursars office (the people who deal with your school payments and whatnot). They aren't the brightest bunch, but I end up getting everything figured out in the end. Other than that I have enjoyed my TWU experience and I love Denton's small town feel. Family friendly for sure. Plus Dallas is 30 minutes away for those people who do the club scene. English and History departments at TWU are magical. I am so glad I was able to be a part of those departments. If you're 18 and all you want to do is club and party... then TWU isn't for you... hell, maybe college isn't for you. TWU is peaceful and quiet. I think we should keep it as such.
5th Year Female -- Class 2012
Education Quality: A+, Individual Value: B
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I really enjoy my experience at TWU.Quite BrightFinance
I really enjoy my experience at TWU. I learned so much about myself it was pretty amazing. The teachers get to know you by name and such. If they see you trying they will work with you. It really all depends on you. The staff will back you up and do their part if you do yours. Never really had a major problem, and when I did it was resolved rather quickly.
4th Year Female -- Class 2011
Individual Value: A+, Social Life: C+
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