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Wayne Zhang
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入学求解
2016-3-2 10:38:08
各位学姐学长好,我是刚从国内来的,目前英语水平太次,eld2左右的水平,现在grade10,但是想考ucla,希望各位学霸指点一下,sat的考试想过ucla的入学分数线要达到什么水平,英语要达到regular几,听说高中毕业了可以进什么社区大学,然后怎么怎么拿毕业证,然后可以转到ucla什么的,是不是确有其事,如果有请帮忙解释一下这条路怎么走,就这样,希望各位学霸学习顺利????????
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回复:明尼苏达大学Twin Cities分校评价
2009-3-16 15:07:00
Honestly college was very easy for me and I skated by just like HS. I got a 3.9 for a year and a half then I said fuck it and smoked a lot of weed and finished college with like a 3.2. If I could go back it would have opened a lot more doors now if I would have kept applying myself. All in all though anything above a 3.0 will get you into grad at a decent school anyways. It turns out personality and networking is often as important as credentials so join clubs and associate yourself with people going places and it will pay dividends in the long run. Example: I am now an Army captain and graduated the top in the last three service academies I attended. Even though I may be one of the more intelligent officers of the bunch, my bosses hate me though because I do not associate myself with military people off work and don't go to unit gatherings and such. If you wanna excel you gotta play the game and that will entail lots and lots of ass kissing and networking. I played the I'll give you a straight answer game and it doesn't work as well as it does on TV!!!
课程比我想象的要简单多了。建议多参加活动,多认识朋友。这里提供很好的机会帮你提高社交能力,将对你日后进入职场大有帮助。
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回复:明尼苏达大学Twin Cities分校评价
2009-3-16 15:11:18
I went to UMN by default after missing the start of U of AZ semester while living abroad a little longer than expecting. The campus is big and impersonal. I found it hard to keep friends since most likely you'd only ever have a class with someone onces as there are so many students. The benefits are big parties and big social events to take advantage of. If I could do it all over again now that I am paying back student loans I would still have gone to UMN because it is the best school in the state and paying out of state tuition is not smart economics giving the fact that additional education is usually needed for white collar advancement and student loans stack up quickly. Plus it sucks paying back loans!
学校非常大,可以认识很多朋友,但因为太多学生,大多只是一面之缘。最喜欢它的就是派对活动,大型学?;疃?。我认为它是州内最好的大学。
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回复:明尼苏达大学Twin Cities分校评价
2009-3-16 15:11:48
I love going to the U! I debated transferring out after my first semester, as the city was a big change from the small town I had grown up in, but once you get the hang of everything, it's really a great school.
It's big. Really really huge. Lectures are big at first - my chem lectures are always around 300 people. You get used to it, and the accompanying labs/discussions are always smaller. There are buses to circulate people around campus in the colder months, as well as city buses, so don't worry about getting around campus. And even in this huge campus, I see people I know from class or the dorms all the time walking around. That being said, unless you make an effort to get to know people, you probably won't make tons of friends in classes or elsewhere.
There is literally an endless amount of things to do in the Twin Cities if you look for it. Secretsofthecity.com or vita.mn is a great place to keep up on stuff happening around the cities. Anyone who tells you there isn't anything to do here is LYING! Minneapolis is an amazing city, and it's one of the biggest perks about going to school here.
The bio program is amazing. It's mostly located on the St. Paul campus, which is way smaller than the main Minneapolis campus. I love it, as if feels like a smaller college in the middle of the big 10 school that I love. When I was in the college of liberal arts, my advisers were NO help...AT ALL. But after transferring into the bio program, my advisers have been so nice and helpful, and I really can't say enough. There are tons of research opportunities here, and the biology faculty are engaging and great teachers. (At least all the ones I have had.)
So, yeah. It's a great school. Be prepared to take care of yourself, as no one is going to do it for you, but if you can manage that, you'll do great.
在大冬天,学?;嵊谢废叽ゲ煌男G?。去市区也很方便,有公车直达。
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回复:明尼苏达大学Twin Cities分校评价
2009-3-16 15:12:12
I would recommend the University of Minnesota if you are self-motivated. This is not a school that one should attend if they need a lot of personal attention and/or instructors to hold you accountable to completing your work and attending class. If you are enrolled in math or the sciences fully expect to have a TA and/or instructor that is challenging to understand due to a language barrier. It was also my experience that despite the language barrier, once you were able to understand the instructor they were fabulous at what they taught. I found my foreign TAs to care far more than my native TAs and also were much more accessible. The main point is... if you need help you will have to seek it out.
The advising is terrible. If you are willing to do the research on the University's website about your field of study and the requirements for that major you will be okay. Every semester I was here I left the adviser's office in tears because I was so frustrated. If you know exactly what you want to do and how to get there you should have no problem.
The campus is very diverse in student body and faculty. There is truly something for everyone, again if you are self-motivated and seek out the available opportunities. The surrounding area is beautiful and Minneapolis has a lot to do ranging from art museums, theaters, concert halls, bars, night clubs, sports, etc... The weather in the winter is terrible. For the most part, the University of Minnesota and Minneapolis in general is a fairly liberal campus and city.
周边城市明尼阿波利斯很美,有艺术博物馆,剧院,音乐厅,酒吧,夜总会,体育馆等。
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回复:明尼苏达大学Twin Cities分校评价
2009-3-16 15:13:03
Friendly students and staffs. Sometime, few classes have more than 300 students, yeah... However, i think it's an excellent education experience. The profs, classes were very very good, University resources're fantastic. You are going to love it here.
UofM is a huge place, a small city within Mpls, so it's a good idea to register for classes a bit closed to each other. My first semester, i had classes on both west and east bank (the worst thing was that class schedules were so tight that i had to race from this bank to other bank). I lost 2 lbs after the first few weeks.
师生都很友好,不过有的时候一些课堂可能超过300个学生。但我还是觉得这是段极好学习经历。教授,课程都很有帮助。学校资源丰富。
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回复:明尼苏达大学Twin Cities分校评价
2009-3-16 15:14:53
I am so glad I chose the U rather than St. Cloud! Yes, it's big but you aren't treated solely as a number if you decide to get involved and decide to participate in class. I'm a psych student, yes that is one of the most popular majors, and I admit that my academic adviser totally sucked until I switched into the Honors advising. Definitely do that if you can! The people are much friendlier and care about you as a person instead of rushing you out of their office to get to the next student. People do care here!
The first semester was lonely for me because I had a horrible graduate student teaching one of my classes. The guy was a nightmare! In the end, I spent so much time in the class and had to go over the graduate student's head to get my grade changed - he offered no explanation. Some graduate students are like this, but if this happens to you it's important to go to their department. The people there were extremely helpful and had the issue resolved within 24 hours. Unfortunately, I waited too long to ask for help and struggled with this moron for a semester.
Anyhow, after that class was over I really started enjoying the school. However, you need to put yourself out there and get involved. Join a club and get an internship, volunteer at the radio station or elsewhere. I LOVE my time here! It's a beautiful campus with great academics.
美丽的校园,高质量的教学。
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回复:明尼苏达大学Twin Cities分校评价
2009-3-16 15:15:11
As an undergrad, I would not suggest attending the "U". It is over-priced and likely will not engage you if you actually want to discuss the your course material with faculty. Though, if you are interested in attending a just to get a degree or really like college sports, the "U" just might be the place for you.
很难找到机会和教授探讨学习上的事情,不过,体育活动很丰富精彩。
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回复:明尼苏达大学Twin Cities分校评价
2009-3-16 15:15:31
As stated in other reviews, this campus is MASSIVE. And yes, the advisors are complete shit here, I wish the better business bureau or something could review them, they are that bad. If you KNOW you want to be a Chem. engineer, or other research driven career, by all means go here. But if you need any help from your major's department, just forget it. They truly do not care what you want to do, or how to help you achieve your goals. This is my junior year, and I'm trying to get into some internships and looking at grad school and have received ZERO help from the advisors.
I should note though, that although the support services here are just awful, the teaching staff truly has some great people working to teach you. I've had great experiences with the language professors, as well as the Biology department.
教学很好,但学校的咨询人员太糟糕了,什么都帮不上。
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回复:明尼苏达大学Twin Cities分校评价
2009-3-16 15:17:25
I'm beginning my senior year here at the U, but I actually transferred to the U from a much smaller school, so I really have a basis for comparison on what I talk about. I'm in the Genetics, Cell Bio and Development program here, in the College of Biological Sciences (CBS). CBS is, in my opinion, the best college at the U. The faculty is helpful and friendly, and the students are all dedicated and motivated. This is to be expected, as the last that I heard; it is the most difficult school to get into on campus.
So, I make this distinction: I love CBS. I _hate_ the University of Minnesota. CBS doesn't feel like a part of the U. It's even on a different campus. For those that aren't familiar, the U is split into three sections: East Bank (the central hub of the U, home to general classes and the CLA), West Bank (closest to downtown, home to fine arts, the social sciences and the law school) and St. Paul (a 15-20 minute, 5 mile bus ride from east bank on the U's campus connector. The St. Paul Campus is home to Agronomy, CBS and the Veterinary School. It's also the most laid back campus, and feels like an actual college, not a megalithic institute of higher Ed.)I like St. Paul. It has the quietest libraries, the coolest people, and the most untapped resources. If you go here and you need quiet to study, look no further than St. Paul. Magrath (pronounced MaGraw) library is always empty, and has a local tutoring center and computers out the wazoo. CBS rocks. St. Paul rocks. The U sucks, for the most part.
I'll explain my dislike of the U now. I transferred from a small school with an average class size of 25, and as few as 15 in the upper level science courses. I chose the U because it is close to my home, enjoys a good (but ill-founded) reputation and is affordable. (Make that WAS affordable. They really do jack tuition close to $100 each semester. And books are obscene, but don't get me started on that.) My biggest complaints with the U all come from its size. You are nothing more than a number at the U. I'm serious, and I'm not exaggerating. The Profs are usually good, but the actual system could care less about who you are. I actually filled out a fin. Aid form last semester that only asked for my student ID number. They have since changed it to ask for your name as well. Bureaucracy has sunken in to a huge degree at the U. This is to be expected, as how else would you manage a school with 60,000 people on campus on a given day? It does take away from the experience though. My Organic Chemistry 1 class had an enrollment of just shy of 400 students. There was, and still is, a cap on the number of questions that can be asked. This is a typical experience at the U. My senior level biology classes still have over 100 students. This is sick, and prevents you from making the connections with TAs, Profs and other students that are so crucial to the college experience. Some people enjoy the anonymity. My best friend loves it. I don't. It all depends on what you like, but you owe to yourself to ask these questions before you start there. The U has a phenomenally poor graduation rate for incoming freshman. It's in the low 60's. Most of the loss comes from transfers. Lots of kids get out in their sophomore year. In addition, Minnesota winters are harsh. It sounds lame, but I know some people who came here from CA, and they hate it. Last year we had two weeks where the wind-chill pushed the temperature to -40 degrees. That's NEGATIVE 40. I actually got mild frostbite on my ears walking down the mall. It's nothing that can't be dealt with; just make sure that you are prepared for it. Minnesota is a beautiful state, and there are some great natural places even close to campus, but it's not for everyone. Also, Academics play second fiddle to sports here. Most of the tax hikes are due to funding the various programs. Some of its good, most of it's bad. All the players on the football teams got PS3s last year, which I helped pay for. They're building a new stadium that they don't need. Again, I'm paying for it. This is bound to be the case at a public school, but the U takes it too far. This will probably change soon; they're really catching hell over it from the public and the government.
These are the things that are wrong at the U. Here's what's good. The night life is great. There are always things to do. The U even has free movies four or more times a week. The student centers are awesome places to hang out and meet friends, and all have full fledged game rooms with bowling alleys, pool, darts and arcades. There are hundreds of student organizations, of every flavor you can imagine. It really is a beautiful campus. The Northrop Mall is what I always envisioned a college to look like. There are tons of people, which is great for making friends or the dating scene. Transit options are affordable if you live off campus, especially busing. $65 gets you unlimited bus rides on Metro Transit. This includes the Light Rail, which will soon stop on campus. There are tons of bars, clubs, movie theaters, restaurants and specialty shops within walking distance of any campus. And it's only a five minute bus ride to downtown Minneapolis, which is loaded with stuff to do. Tuition, while always going up, is still affordable. It?s really a fun place. Just don't let it distract you from your studies. I have more than a few friends who have flunked out, and most of them are pretty sharp.
I know this is a lot to digest, but these are the things that I wish someone would have told me before I started at the U. whatever you chose to do, I wish you luck.
学校太大了,每个人都只是一个数字??翁萌颂?,多到无法接受。其他地方还可以,教授不错,活动也很多。
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回复:明尼苏达大学Twin Cities分校评价
2009-3-16 15:18:03
I used this website repeatedly before deciding where to go to college my senior year or high school (Spring of 2006). So for any prospective freshman, this is the review I wish I had had access to when I was making a decision.
Coming to the U was just like coming to any other college at first, but after the honeymoon period wears off (about one month after move-in) the truths about the school you are attending begin to set in. I am going to lay out what I think about the U of MN in Pro and Con form, and then move into a final reflection:
Pro:
-Resource availability: The U because of its sheer size is capable of offering an immense body of knowledge and opportunity to its undergraduate student population. From Coffman Union to the multitude of information available online to the incredibly streamlined processing systems for ordinary tasks like class registration, the U is miles beyond any other school I am aware of. If you want the largest and most diverse array of possibilities for personal and academic growth, the U is a definite contender.
-Socializing: Aside from the academics of college, one of the biggest benefits I have found is that you can meet new people every single day and constantly network and grow your self socially with little or no bound. I find this is the most important part of why I am at the U and not a smaller school, again because the U's size offers something else that a smaller private school could not possibly offer: 20000 potential lifelong friends. Granted, there is no way you could meet even half of these people over the course of your college career, but the potential is still an amazing benefit.
-Availability of exclusive programs: Being a business major in finance and accounting, I have the benefit of attending the Carlson School and being part of a very small and select subset of the student body here at the U of MN. Honestly, I would not have attended the U had I not been accepted to one of the smaller and highly exclusive undergraduate programs, the Carlson program being one of the most highly regarded on campus and in Minnesota in general. The feeling around Carlson is similar to having your own "high school" within the confines of the much larger college. From this point of view, you have the ability to meet and interact with new people constantly, while maintaining relationships with friends through all four years of the Carlson Undergraduate Program. Looking out at the rest of the university from a place like Carlson, I could not ask for a better place to learn and grow as a college student.
CONS:
-More than any other factor, be prepared to deal with the IMPERSONAL attitude everyone shares here at the U. Most of this is unavoidable, the feeling around campus (especially on the East Bank during the week) is almost like being in Lower Manhattan during the lunch hour. The immense size and complexity of campus prevents any sense of meaningful human interaction unless one makes a conscious effort to seek out relationships and maintain close personal contacts. I came to campus expecting to see at least a few of the people I knew day to day. That did not happen. I had to become an active member of the student organizations at Carlson my freshman year, and make continual contact with new people in Territorial Hall (my dorm) in order to achieve this sense of knowing people around campus.
-Campus aesthetics: To be honest, some parts of the U of MN are in desperate need of any kind of remodeling. The administration is on a continual push to improve physical facilities and the effort is beginning to show, but much work remains to be done. From a general standpoint, the location of the Minneapolis campus is such that everything looks dead around campus in terms of natural plants and trees almost all year long. Granted, alot of the campus is concrete and has to be so, but if you are looking for a campus that feels like Madison with the natural feeling of the lakes on both sides of campus, the U will not be comparable. This is definately an urban campus, and sometimes that point cannot be stressed enough.
好的地方:资源广阔,社会活动丰富,课程选择性广?;档姆矫?,学校学生太多,大多数都认识对方但并不彼此了解,如果要升华到交心的朋友,必须要做出很多努力;还有学校的有些地方不够美观,比如有些设施急需重建,有的地方的植物常年都是枯死的。
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