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Student Reviews of The University of Texas at Austin

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based on 432 reviews
  • Madison from San Antonio, TX

    I am so proud to be a UT Longhorn because of the amazing people and academic rigor of the curriculum. UT represents people from all walks of life, and you can always find an organization to join in order to make friends and pursue your passions.… more read full review

    I am so proud to be a UT Longhorn because of the amazing people and academic rigor of the curriculum. UT represents people from all walks of life, and you can always find an organization to join in order to make friends and pursue your passions. "What starts here changes the world" doesn't seem impossible once you meet the students and faculty at this university. read full review

  • Lyon from Pflugerville, TX

    Be sure to do your assigned readings, as class discussions and assignments will draw heavily from those readings. Never be afraid to contact your TAs or professors whenever you need help understanding a concept or if you just want to give your… more read full review

    Be sure to do your assigned readings, as class discussions and assignments will draw heavily from those readings. Never be afraid to contact your TAs or professors whenever you need help understanding a concept or if you just want to give your thoughts about a lecture or subject material. When out of class, be sure to walk with a group of friends, if you're walking at night or off-campus. Prioritize trying to strike a balance between school work/employment and leisure. Self care is extremely important for maintaining your mental health, which effects everything from your grades to your relationships. read full review

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