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Old 11-30-2007, 09:34 PM
Hebel Hebel is offline
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I go to Georgetown, and my sales and trading interview start next week. Every major bank is down here all the time actively recruiting. My grades arent that good (3.45) but i do have sales experience and solid leadership skills. We'll see if anyone gives me an internship
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Old 11-30-2007, 10:51 PM
Moseley Moseley is offline
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I met a college grad from Princeton at the poker table in Atlantic City last year. He was going to Georgetown for his law degree.
He told me spending the extra money to go an ivy league school is a waste of money.

He claimed he breezed through the 4 years with an A avg., but then he got in there on a scholarship, so he was one of those who retains well.
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Old 12-01-2007, 01:43 AM
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I met a college grad from Princeton at the poker table in Atlantic City last year. He was going to Georgetown for his law degree.
He told me spending the extra money to go an ivy league school is a waste of money.

He claimed he breezed through the 4 years with an A avg., but then he got in there on a scholarship, so he was one of those who retains well.

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i don't think ivy schools have merit based scholarships
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Old 12-01-2007, 02:27 AM
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I met a college grad from Princeton at the poker table in Atlantic City last year. He was going to Georgetown for his law degree.
He told me spending the extra money to go an ivy league school is a waste of money.

He claimed he breezed through the 4 years with an A avg., but then he got in there on a scholarship, so he was one of those who retains well.

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i don't think ivy schools have merit based scholarships

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Is Ivy League "education" worth the money, no. But the network and respect that the 'Y' on my degree will get me sure as hell is.
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Old 12-01-2007, 01:38 PM
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I met a college grad from Princeton at the poker table in Atlantic City last year. He was going to Georgetown for his law degree.
He told me spending the extra money to go an ivy league school is a waste of money.

He claimed he breezed through the 4 years with an A avg., but then he got in there on a scholarship, so he was one of those who retains well.

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hah.
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Old 12-02-2007, 03:34 AM
Jason Strasser (strassa2) Jason Strasser (strassa2) is offline
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Default Re: What are the top schools for undergrad recruiting?

obviously there are no surprises here....

for the financy/mathy stuff:
harvard yale princeton MIT stanford penn cornell caltech columbia duke
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Old 12-02-2007, 03:40 AM
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obviously there are no surprises here....

for the financy/mathy stuff:
harvard yale princeton MIT stanford penn cornell caltech columbia uchicago and I pretty much agree

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