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Brown University

Political Science Scores
Students who would return
Would not - 12/0
Student Surveys
(in Political Science)
12
Males: 4, Females: 8
Average Yrs. Completed: 1.9
 

Education Quality Vs. Competing Schools

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

Harvard University
 B+
Yale University
 A-
Princeton University
 B+
Cornell University
 A-
Stanford University
 B+
Columbia University in the City of New York
 B
Dartmouth College
 A
F
A+

Student Expectations

Expected coursework difficulty:4.1 High
Actual difficulty:4.3 High
Students found the coursework to be harder than expected.

Educational Quality vs. Student Intellect


English Speaking

Percent of teaching staff that does not speak satisfactory English0-10%

Student Personalities

Faculty Personalities

Political Science:

Excellent program for students interested in International Relations. Brilliant professors, thought provoking seminars, tremendous freedom in course ...
Brown is a place like no other. I sometimes get frustrated with people here for failing to realize just how great they have it here. Academically,...
Great place, something for everyone. Maybe best undergrad education in the US.
Brown is an amazing academic experience. I am luck to have gone.
I loved Brown, but if given the opportunity to go back, I would not major in political science. The department was losing its best and brightest membe...
Brown is truly a wonderful school. The people are great, the classes are interesting and the faculty is interesed in students. There are plenty of opp...
Brown is a wonderful school that encourages diversity of people and opinions. This school encourages students to be responsible for their own futures ...
I was obsessed with Brown as a junior and senior in high school, and read every review on this website (and others) possible, so now is my chance to b...
Brown is a wonderful place. It is full of supportive professors. There is little formal bureaucracy- things are flexible so you can work out a program...
I love Brown and would not choose to go to any other school. There is an extremely high percentage of bright, independent, politically active and hig...
Only advice is 'don't take short cuts'. Get used to setting goals and working hard toward them because you want to, and not because someone else is a...
Brown is a great place with great resources. The fact that Undergrad don't have any core courses really give us the chance to explore knowledge in t...
I really think that anyone can be happy at Brown. i've not encountered a student that has not found something to live for here. There are many types o...
My Brown education was most important for teaching me how to think crictically, how to communicate effectively and how to consdier many viewpoints/mod...
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