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I felt SDSU was a great choice for me. Being a math/physics major I never had a TA in any of my classes, I got to know my professors and the class sizes were small once you reached upper division. College is what you make out of it. You choose to drink or not to drink. This is the same anywhere. When I was there, they really didn't make it easy. Plenty of people flunked out. The joke was always that SDSU was easy to get into, but it was hard to get out. In my career I was the lead engineer over a guy that had his undergrad from Penn and an MBA from Harvard. I also worked with someone from Northwestern, we were both making the same salary. My roommate graduated from SDSU and went to grad school at Stanford. After Stanford she went USF and earned her law degree. I went to grad school at USC and I felt that it was easier than State. You were guaranteed a B if you showed up and the tuition check cleared. Overall, I would do it again exactly the same way if given the choice.
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