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Most Helpful Review for Texas A & M University-College Station
  • Category: Am learning a lot
  • Review by: Bryn from Dallas, TX
  • 86 out of 88 people found this review helpful

I'm a chemical engineering major, which in my opinion is the hardest major at school not only because of the homework but because it challenges you to think in a completely new way. While other schools might emphasize by-the-book engineering, you're tested on your knowledge of concepts rather than the actual material. This encourages you to apply what you learn in real-life situations, preparing you for the corporate world where an engineering mistake could cost lives. I really enjoy this major and am learning a lot about myself as well as about my engineering field!

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Student Responses to Review Topic: in 3 Sentences
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  • Brian
  • Mar-21-2017 I am researching this school and have visited the campus

    Texas A&M is a very large and nice campus in this nice college town. The academic buildings are very spacious and accommodating, which helps to encourage more prospects to visit the campus. The athletics highlights the school as a whole, with the sports teams always offering a great turnout at their games.

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  • Abbigail from Magnolia, TX
  • Mar-03-2017 I am researching this school and have visited the campus

    Great atmosphere filled with caring, friendly, and kind people. Professors who care about you, but push you with their assignments. But best of all, everything about this university is filled with tradition; you really do feel like a part of a family.

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  • Andrea - Mount Airy, MD
  • Dec-21-2016 I am a current student here

    I love the school. I'm in the corps and it has helped me balance school and staying healthy at the same time. First year classes are hard, but if you study enough and get help before you're failing you'll do fine.

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  • Mia from Fort Worth, TX
  • Oct-19-2016 I am researching this school and have not visited the campus

    I come from a family split between Aggies and Longhorns. When it comes to which side I am on, Texas A&M is starting to look like the school for me. I am in high school currently and I am researching where would be the best school for me to go to.

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  • jarod from college station, tx
  • Jul-28-2016 I am a current student here

    with the high quality of education offered and the pride that comes along with becoming a student i applied to the only school that mattered, texas a&m university. the dedication that the school presents to discovering the potential of its students and developing them into future leaders of tomorrow is incredible. the comradery and traditions that each of the students share together build not only a bond between classmates, but molds and creates an everlasting relationship that will carry on through and after graduation.

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  • noor from bangladesh
  • Jul-11-2016 I am accepted here and planning to attend soon

    i found tamu the most transfer friendly school. you may get many for freshmen but not for international transfers. and i felt the city of college station has evolved centering tamu in a very student friendly manner.

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  • Laura from Rowlett, TX
  • Jan-15-2016 I am a current student here

    Big school, but feels like a small town. You know your classmates and teacher, and they know (and care) about you. A&M also has the the best animation graduate program outside of a trade school.

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  • Addison from Spring, TX
  • Jan-06-2016 I am a current student here

    I couldn't have chosen a better university for my needs. From the outside looking in, we seem a little odd; from the inside looking out, we seem like a big family that stays together long after graduation. A&M is about tradition, friendship, and education.

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