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The University of Rochester

Political Science Scores
Students who would return
Would not - 6/11
Student Surveys
(in Political Science)
17
Males: 15, Females: 2
Average Yrs. Completed: 1.6
 

Education Quality Vs. Competing Schools

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

Cornell University
 A-
Harvard University
 B+
Brown University
 A
New York University
 B+
Yale University
 A-
Syracuse University
 B+
Princeton University
 B+
F
A+

Student Expectations

Expected coursework difficulty:3.8 High
Actual difficulty:3.6 High
Students found the coursework to be easier than expected.

Educational Quality vs. Student Intellect


English Speaking

Percent of teaching staff that does not speak satisfactory English10-20%

Student Personalities

Faculty Personalities

Political Science:

Rochester was a great choice for me. A very good opportunity to meet different types of people and academically very challenging. The work load/cour...
While it tries to portray itself as a liberal arts school, it is really a science school with a good Political Science graduate program.
The U of R offers undergraduates an exceptional opportunity to explorer their different talents. The U of R has music programs at Eastman for musician...
They say only 10% of college applicants go to their safety school; I am one of them. The U of R was a misfit on my list of prospective colleges, the o...
While it tries to portray itself as a liberal arts school, it is really a science school with a good Political Science graduate program.
One of the big problems here is food, which is awful to taste, overpriced and served by the friendly men and women of the local 11, who look like th...
The academics at the U of R are solid, especially in the sciences. The humanities are pretty good too. The campus is probably one of the better lookin...
I'm in my third year at U of R, and I can't help but feel regretful for what might have been. I did not look very far in my college search, and only ...
With a gigantic workload, it's very often daunting to get work completed, so everyone's in the same boat. People aren't cutthroat when it comes to gr...
First of all, if you're going to college to COLLEGE, read carefully. Except for those who don't have cable, everyone watches college life on MTV and p...
While it tries to portray itself as a liberal arts school, it is really a science school with a good Political Science graduate program.
The University of Rochester is an excellent place to get an eduaction. Its curriculum (the "cluster" system) is second to none. If you are looking f...
I've found UR to be rather conservative. Not, of course, in a politcal sense (what college is?) but in terms of attitude. THe administration is cracki...
I attended the University of Rochester this past year, but I am transferring to an Ivy league school for next year. The main reason why I am transferr...
I graduated from UR and many of these reviews are correct. UR is a small academic school where much is expected of the students - everyone studies. Th...
The school is great, however watch out for TA's. They speak english poorly and you are better off getting help directly from the professor. Other than...
Males lead lonely lives of quiet desperation at the U of R. The student body is unfriendly and cliquish, the school is boring, the girls snooty and un...
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