What college did you go/do you go to?

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  1. CommercialDoc

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    Nice department...
     


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    I should really respond to this topic a few months down the line.

    But I'm making up for my past tardinesses with this monumentally early post.

    MIT '12. And I have no idea what the hell I'm gonna major in. Hoo boy.
     


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    I should really respond to this topic a few months down the line.

    But I'm making up for my past tardinesses with this monumentally early post.

    MIT '12. And I have no idea what the hell I'm gonna major in. Hoo boy.


    Nice, I really wanted to go there but didn't have the necessary science background (couldn't do the SAT II's in physics/chem/bio). I just wanted to study math.
     


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    It should have been a double major, but a fight with the faculty about my credits from studying abroad ended badly.
     


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    I did my undergraduate schooling at Austin College, which isn't really in Austin, Texas. It's a liberal arts school who's total enrollment was probably the same as a single English 101 class at University of Texas.

    Also, I did a search and found no Texas A&M alumni on this forum. I was not surprised by this.
     


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    Lots of J.D.'s in here.


    I went to Sonoma State University for my B.A. in psych.

    In the process of getting into grad school...we'll see where...
     


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