|Major: Animal Studies (This Major's Salary over time)|
|Gender: Female||This person cares more about Extra Curriculars than the average student.|
Social Life D-
|Describes the student body mostly as:|
Describes the faculty mostly as:
Campus Aesthetics/Beauty A+
|How this student rated the school:|
|Educational Quality||C- ||Faculty Accessibility||B- |
|Useful Schoolwork||C- ||Excess Competition||C- |
|Academic Success||A- ||Creativity/Innovation||C- |
|Individual Value||C+ ||University Resource Use||C- |
|Campus Aesthetics/Beauty||A+ ||Friendliness||B- |
|Campus Maintenance||A ||Social Life||D- |
|Surrounding City||A+ ||Extra Curriculars||D- |
you want to do well at Cornell, plan on spending
your nights and weekends working diligently to maintain high standing.
Cornell's Animal Science Department is VERY competitive because of
the Vet program. If you are planning on vet
school, my suggestion is to go elsewhere for you undergrad
then transfer into the DVM program. I wanted to
breed exotic (endangered) animals, but there are few courses for
exotics so I transfered into another department.
waited 16 years before going back to school. Make
sure you are going because YOU want to go.
If you're not really sure what you want to do,
then shadow a few professionals whose careers you may be
interested in. Or go into the workforce and find
what piques your passion, and then pursue your dreams.
Higher education is NOT cheap. Make sure you are
doing this because YOU want to do it and not
because your parents are making you. I know at
18 I had no idea what I wanted to do
or who I was...all I knew is that I promised
myself I would go back to school...and I did!!
Also, don't go to a school just because of
a name, make sure you qualify yourself before making that
decision. I know I should have gone to
another school because it offered more classes that were suited
to my interests. I don't really regret going to
Cornell, I just know that I would have enjoyed taking
classes that held my interest more.