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based on 337 reviews
  • Ronald from Cerritos, CA

    At UCLA, each academic term, or quarter, lasts for only ten weeks. With that said, you'll definitely learn what you're made of when attending this school. Each quarter will pass by very quickly, so you'll be forced to learn how to juggle classwork… more read full review

    At UCLA, each academic term, or quarter, lasts for only ten weeks. With that said, you'll definitely learn what you're made of when attending this school. Each quarter will pass by very quickly, so you'll be forced to learn how to juggle classwork with extracurricular activities. Furthermore, you'll be brought into a special community of talented people and will learn how to be humble because you'll be surrounded by students that are just as intelligent and hard-working as you are. I definitely learned to be more modest in my first year, and I'm grateful for the experience. In addition, I participated in research at this school and became familiarized with the scientific process. You can get started by contacting professors who are looking to work with undergraduates (many professors are willing to do this). Once a professor expresses interest in your participation, you will begin your journey of enlightenment. Research will show a hands-on side of science that textbooks can never teach. In addition, research projects can be completed on subjects such as History, Asian American Studies, and World Literature. Almost every department has openings for student research; all one needs to do is look for the opportunities. I certainly did, and I have learned many things concerning the scientific process, different research methods, and state of the art innovations. I have also learned the importance of talking with TAs (Teaching Assistants). More likely than not, the coursework in undergraduate classes will be graded by TAs and not by Professors. By making the effort to stay on the same page with my TAs, I was able to find out exactly what they looked for on essays and exams. I am learning more and more that communication with Teaching Assistants is absolutely essential for success. read full review

  • Joanna from Carson City, NV

    - Apply for every type of financial aid, especially if you feel that you won't get any. You never know how many other students feel the same way, and your persistence will show. - Take advantage of your professors' wisdom. Ask them questions and… more read full review

    - Apply for every type of financial aid, especially if you feel that you won't get any. You never know how many other students feel the same way, and your persistence will show. - Take advantage of your professors' wisdom. Ask them questions and visit them during their office hours whenever you can. - Meet a lot of people. Just talk to everyone you meet. Meet their friends. Networking is SOOO important, and you never know who could help you out in the future. - Get involved with some type of community service. Not only does this look great on a resume, but you also learn a lot about human nature and about yourself through it. - Make a schedule and stick to it. This will really prove your discipline. - Form good habits. It takes 21 days to form a habit, and it's always hardest at the beginning, but if you can stick it out, the rewards will definitely outweigh the hardships you went through. - Study every night. This is the biggest difference between high school and college. You are your own boss. Make sure you spend a large amount of your free time refreshing yourself on that morning's lecture. Even if you don't have homework, the information will start to pile up, so it's good to use that free time at the beginning to ensure you know the course information as best you can. - This is especially for the girls: take it easy in the dining halls. Be sure to eat slowly and get one plate at a time. GO TRAYLESS! Even though you think you're getting enough exercise going up that hill every day, a couple slices of pizza and a few burgers can add up to the freshman 15. read full review

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