Apr 06 2015Biology I transferred from Santa Monica Community College, which was a much better experience as far as education, much worse for campus life and activities.
I would recommend this school to students from rich families, extremely bright individuals, or people that want a very fun campus life with many activities.
I would not recommend this university to students that must take out loans, unless you are going into a lucrative field and can teach yourself upper level organic chemistry, physics, calculus, or et cetra.
This school is good for industry connections, so it would be good for those that seek internships. Non-science majors are much better at this university, but it is not a good science university unless you are an extreme academic. Male
Dec 01 2013History/Histories (art history/etc.) Do well on your SAT. USC loves it when you do well on your SAT because it's an easily quantifiable measure of student achievement. USC is trying to improve its ranking, so facile measures of intellect such as the SAT (btw, facile is probably an SAT reading comprehension word, so if you don't know what it means get cracking on the studying) are a quantifiable way of showing the caliber of student the school is drawing. SAT: 2350 Male