The classes are so informative but it just sucks that as a freshman, you're stuck taking big intro lecture classes. I definitely learned a lot more after getting my prerequisite classes done first semester and taking smaller more focused classes second semester.
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Tufts is an amazing university. It is challenging as well as diverse and provides a sense of community for all involved. I believe that it is perfect academically and socially and I believe that it is in a great location.» Read More
Tufts is an amazing school that in my opinion, is not given enough credit. The academics are tough but will definitely prepare you for graduate school and your career. Not only are the academics top notch, but the atmosphere is such a warm and friendly one to be around which is why I love Tufts!» Read More
At Tufts University, you will find both a rigorous science curriculum as well as a broad-based liberal arts education. However, the academic departments, along with the faculty as part and parcel to them, are poorly organized and do not lay out their expectations clearly for the student body. With a strong reputation, particularly on the East Coast, Tufts University offers a solid degree perhaps worth pursuing, if only you can tolerate the administrative frustration along the way.» Read More
Speaking as an upcoming sophomore, Tufts University has given me the best year of my life. I have taken challenging, exciting classes and made amazing new friends. I've become involved in activities that I'm extremely passionate about, something that I didn't get to do in high school to the degree that I would have liked.» Read More