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Cornell University

Biology Scores
Students who would return
Would not - 20/6
Student Surveys
(in Biology)
26
Males: 17, Females: 9
Average Yrs. Completed: 1.8
 

Education Quality Vs. Competing Schools

Cornell University
 A-
Average of All Schools
 B
Average of schools in class
 B+

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

Student Expectations

Expected coursework difficulty:4.4 High
Actual difficulty:4.4 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 English0-10%

Student Personalities

Faculty Personalities

Biology:

Its a great school, but a big school. Be prepared to look for what you want. From jobs to housing, most everything is left up to students to figure ou...
I am a premed in Arts and Sciences, and I hate this damned school. If I could pick schools again, I would pick Princeton over this place. If you are p...
Cornell is one huge rollercoaster ride. One minute you love the place, and the next you completely identify with those who have jumped into the depth...
If you are self-motivated and proactive about your education, Cornell is a fantastic place to be. There is always a lecture or program of some sort to...
Cornell gave me a unique opportunity not only to test myself against the brightest bio and engineering students in the country, but to find out what I...
I graduated from Cornell quite some time ago so take this into consideration. I loved my time at Cornell. I was from an average high school in the...
I want to start this comment by stating that I am obviously biased, as my harsh grading of Cornell University would demonstrate. That being said, I am...
I came here from a state school hoping to escape closet racism, anti-intellectualism, and overall apathy. I have found all of those aspects here at Co...
I was a smart but lazy HS student. Premed at Cornell instilled a very strong work ethic in me. this has sustained me through med school, residency, ...
The programs and education you receive are fantastic ~ the professors are approachable for the most part, and there's a lot of opportunity to help you...
Cornell was a great place to study. There are so many majors, so many opportunities, clubs, and great faculty. And the campus is pretty gorges.
I LOVE Cornell!! It wasn't my first choice when I was applying to colleges, and I definitely didn't think I'd end up here, but now, having completed m...
Although this college is ivy league, don't expect the high level academics. In reality, it is just a school for the rich. I am smart myself and I di...
I can proudly say that I have wasted the last four years of my life at Cornell University. I have learned absolutely nothing, and I cannot wait to get...
There so much work and often there is very little reward (good grades) for the amount of work you put in. Also there is no break in the work; every d...
Cornell u give some to get some. But all the crap that this place gets is mostly just people that would be unhappy at alot of places. Yeah the girls...
God Damn it, I am getting ready to leave this place after 3 years.... this places will really chew you up and spit you out. Just want to share some of...
phenomenal breadth and depth of courses, incredibly strong in nearly all subjects (from humanities to science), challenging programs of study, surroun...
Cornell has been everything I thought it would be because I really did my research. It is truly a fit university for me.
Pre-med is hard
After Cornell I studied at Yale and Harvard as a graduate student . Cornell is completely outside of the experience at those 2 schools, especially Har...
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