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based on 77 reviews
  • Charlene from Sandy, UT

    Stanford is great for students who are serious about their schoolwork and passionate about their interests and love a collaborative environment. Stanford definately more relaxed than comparable east coast schools and that fosters creativity and an… more read full review

    Stanford is great for students who are serious about their schoolwork and passionate about their interests and love a collaborative environment. Stanford definately more relaxed than comparable east coast schools and that fosters creativity and an open community. So its perfect for students who might have felt a bit restricted by their highschool for whatever reason. It is a chance to grow and explore and have plenty of support if that brilliant idea of yours is begging to be more than just an idea in your head. read full review

  • William from Reno, NV

    I won't lie: Stanford is expensive. Their need-based-only scholarship policy makes paying for Stanford about the same difficulty for everyone except the super-rich, so those whose families have very little money are not that much worse off - in… more read full review

    I won't lie: Stanford is expensive. Their need-based-only scholarship policy makes paying for Stanford about the same difficulty for everyone except the super-rich, so those whose families have very little money are not that much worse off - in fact, overcoming economic hardship often makes for a particularly good application. I was lucky to have parents who were very smart in saving for my college education, but the economic downturn means I will still need extra funds in order to pay for all four years. (I am on Cappex, after all, primarily for scholarships.) Still, Stanford has more than enough bang to make up for its buck. Don't let the money keep you from applying. read full review

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