Yah don't leave...i went to engineering school too 25% girls, 75% guys. You should leave if you GPA is ass tho, because then you are just making your life ****ty for 4 years for no reason.
Reason being when you get out you make bank.
Also you can pull bitches anywhere. Don't have to be at your college, unless your college is in the middle of nowhere. At least i was in the Albany area.
I want to go to NYU is that hard to get into now?
thanks DatPrince, do you know what's like the GPA or SAT score they require to be considered for admission?
Personally, I'd recommend my university as its like, the 4th rated in the country in value. All the professors are Harvard/Yale/Princeton grads and its a state school. Lots of partying, lots of learning, and all for a pretty cheap bit. Runs like, 16k a year.
i dunno the specifics but they require a high GPA and SAT scores just excel on your SAT aim for 1700+ and keep your GPA around 90 and you should be good to go....
I checked it out and you needed min of like 620 in every category bro.
Also, a year of tuition is 37k at NYU without all the fees and room and board, and books and ****.
Tuition at my college for a year is about 6-6.5...
Well quiggle as someone that went thorugh all this bull**** i'ma let you in on what i know, when choosing a school
One it depends on what major you are doing (i wouldn't do finance right now haha tho maybe it'll be ok in 4 years...). If it is science/technology/engineering, you are going to want to go to the best school that you can get into that you can afford with loans. This is because you will get A LOT more leeway if you don't have as good of a GPA than you would at a state school. Trust me...i graduated with a 2.8 and i got a job pretty quickly with an IT degree. My friends at state schools with 2.8 had a hard time finding jobs period. At least i got a couple of interviews. The bull**** part about these more expensive better name schools, is basically it's like buying brandname clothes...You honestly learn the same ****, but a bad student at a "Good School" is looked at much higher than an average student at a lower admission school. HOWEVER, a 3.5 is a 3.5 anywhere, you can go to a more party oriented school, and do well, and probably have a much better time than you would have at an engineering one.
If you are looknig for liberal arts i don't think it matters as much.
guiggle try your best to get to NYU my dude, but i also recommend knowing your major before you start selecting colleges and research the colleges and see which ones are best for that major.....