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Emory University

Breakdown of “Education Quality” at EU

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By Gender
MalesA
FemalesA-
By Major
AnthropologyA-
BiologyA
Business - Management and AdministrationA-
ChemistryA+
Computer ScienceB+
EconomicsA-
EnglishA
FinanceA
History/Histories (art history/etc.)B-
Language - French/Spanish/etc.C
MathA
Music - PerformanceA
Neuroscience/Cognitive ScienceA
NursingA+
OtherA-
PhilosophyA-
PhysicsA+
Political ScienceA
PreLaw and LegalA-
PreMed and MedicalA
PsychologyA
Social WorkF
SociologyA
UndecidedA-

Against similar schools

Education Quality compared with similar schools in class.

Emory University
 A-
Average of All Schools
 B
Average of schools in class
 A-

Harvard University
 B+
Cornell University
 A-
Brown University
 A
Stanford University
 A-
Yale University
 A-
Princeton University
 B+
Vanderbilt University
 B+
F
A+

Education Quality

... Kids with too much money wasting their parent's money on overpriced education and getting coked up ...Read full comment
... It is a small school where I can focus on my education, as well as feel that I am more than just some number or statistic ...Read full comment
... In any case, Emory has given me a great education ...Read full comment
... The education is top notch and the campus is pristine ...Read full comment
... An Emory education tends to go a long way for employers; they'll perk their ears at the word, "Emory ...Read full comment
... Some people complain about the General Education Requirements, which there are more of than at many other schools ...Read full comment
... The education is one of the best in the nation ...Read full comment
... That said, the focus of the education seems to be more at providing a rigorous liberal arts/science education rather than explicitly preparing s...Read full comment
... You should study, enoy life, and get a decent education by working hard ...Read full comment
... and attentiveness to grades only, rather than what some would consider a conventional pursuit of education ...Read full comment
... However, there are some things one should definitely consider before applying: First, Emory requires 72 hours worth of General Education Re...Read full comment
... However, there are some things one should definitely consider before applying: First, Emory requires 72 hours worth of General Education Re...Read full comment
... lol #2 It isn't the ivy league that said the ivy leaugue is not that diferent from emory so naturally they are al categorized together as being ...Read full comment
... And yes u would receive a cheaper or equivalent education at an in state school I mean federal aid only goes so far ...Read full comment

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