|Students who got into DRU say:|
Essay (13) |
As I stated above, the admissions progress was very smooth. Perhaps that should have been a red flag: only a factory production line can run that efficiently, giving me an admissions decision within a few weeks of my application.
| PreLaw and Legal|
| May 15 2012 |
Drexel really doesn't care about its students' education, it is simply in the business of making money. And *that* is something it does very efficiently.
Don't be fooled by the glitzy banners, slickly produced videos, and bullsh*t "school spirit" that are displayed at student orientation and campus visiting days. It's all just a veneer Drexel has applied to make their school look more attractive, and to disguise it's corporate mentality.
The only requirements are access to a whole lot of money and a heartbeat, although I hear they settle for still warm.
I wrote an above average essay and had good SAT's, GPA doesn't matter here. (2.5 in high school) yet 1800 SAT, 1210 without the writing portion.
I recommend if you want to meet the requirements to get in here, you go to a better school for a more affordable price.
Try Rutgers, Stockton or Temple.
i learned very had and i recommend my peers to do the same