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I would have gone to a smaller school. I don't think that going to a good school has had anything to do with me being successful or not—I am successful because I cannot accept anything less—not because of some 'world class' or 'top ranked' education. Frankly, it wasn't that great.
So, going to a large school really only made me unhappy and bored. Finding friendly, quality people is so much harder at a large school.

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