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Psychology Scores
Students who would return
Would not - 8/6
Student Surveys
(in Psychology)
14
Males: 3, Females: 11
Average Yrs. Completed: 2.0
 

Education Quality Vs. Competing Schools

Boston University
 B
Average of All Schools
 B
Average of schools in class
 B+

Harvard University
 B+
New York University
 B+
Boston College
 B+
Northeastern Illinois University
 B-
Cornell University
 A-
Northeastern State University
 B
Brown University
 A
F
A+

Student Expectations

Expected coursework difficulty:3.3 Medium
Actual difficulty:3.5 Medium
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 English10-20%

Student Personalities

Faculty Personalities

Psychology:

To BU, you are a number (with a bank account!). My father lost his job and was unemployed for a year... when we asked for financial aid they refused t...
BU has very strict policies about drugs and alcohol..this school does not allow you to party, i promise. I was kicked out of housing with 5 other peop...
Boston University is a top caliber school, and, having transferred from one of the "best" schools in order to come to BU, I can say with confidence th...
Amazing faculty, exceptional academics, great people, awesome city. What more could I want from a college experience? I don't even think it's a bad ...
I expected the education to be a much better quality at BU. Many of my courses was taught by graduate students, or part time teachers who were busy wi...
I hated my first semester at BU. I chose to go to BU despite receiving no financial aid because I thought it was my "dream" school. I also applied and...
BU is an excellent school in that it not only focuses on students' academic well-being, but their personal well-being. The classes are rigorous, and t...
I came to BU thinking that I would be challenged much more here than at my state university, and I have been sadly disappointed. The weed-out classes...
The psychology program is well-run in my opinion. The director of the program is easily accessible, sends emails about internship opportunities, and I...
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