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When I came for CPW I thought MIT would be the place for me. After spending a year there, I realized it is nothing like what people make it out to be. People still never drop the snooty, I'm better than you attitude even though you've all made it to the same place. People are quickly closed off into their own little boxes and are quick to judge the type of person someone is based on how they look or where they live (i.e. East Campus vs. West Campus). If you don't know where you stand immediately you will be left on your own to figure things out. Instead of college being a place where you learn new things, MIT is a place where you continue being the person you came in as. People are willing you help you so long as you don't do better than them. Classes based on everyone else's grades are the norm no matter what people say. Go somewhere more small and open-minded. No one here cares about anything that doesnt involve academics or getting drunk on the weekends. Interested in social change or anything outside of the college bubble? Go somewhere else or your social life will suck because of all the things you feel like you are missing. The depressing Boston winters are just the icing on this already bitter cake.