Sitting down with a 4.0 gpa student, class of 2020's valedictorian
Virtual Tours by Students
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So can you please introduce yourself and say why? I chose Binghamton University? My name is Greg Caro, and I chose Binghamton because I paid two thousand dollars a year. What's your major biochemistry? What? Where you from? Knew I'd Park Long Island and you receive a scholarship. Right? Would you say that people should think on getting scholarships, hear or that people should just come? Stig, prioritize it then. So can you please explain the student climate here? A Ping Open University in your eyes. Um, what kind of people do you think that you're surrounded by? And what are some stereotypes of a lot of people here? Um, underachieving liberal. Sums it up for about eighty percent of the school you study. You should do incredibly well, since most people don't. So can you please explain the academic climate here regarding your major, the workload and the classroom dynamics? Got it with a biochemistry major? If you don't dedicate your life to it, you shouldn't plan to do well. The climate is very competitive because everyone takes it very seriously. What's up? Well, once like you, prioritize your study. Okay? And what's your normal class size depends. Upper level chemistry classes typically have about anywhere from fifty to one hundred fifty people. What do you think about the teachers here? Depends on the subject. What do you think about the teachers in your major biochemistry? I like them a lot. So describe the pros and cons of being I'm ten, but be as honest as you can. Mainly chemistry, in my opinion, is very competitive and offers a lot of opportunities. I am not familiar with the other aspects of the school, so I'm not going to touch on those. Art seems like everything at this school is to take money from you. Being as a bottle of water is two dollars and fifty cents in the vending machine. The textbooks are overpriced by about one hundred fifty percent, and I have been noticed a single effort to benefit the students of time living here in terms of hospitality on DH air conditioning. How would you feel about the food here? Um, if I were to say bad, it would be alive because there is better food that I would say is bad. So what finds Binghamton University to you that differentiates it from other campuses that you may have heard of? I would say it's overall more challenging zero more. Yeah, that's that's just about all that comes to mind. Let some advice that you would say to yourself now if you could go back and talk to yourself in senior year high school. Go with the role and study, do the right things all the time. That's all I If you if you keep yourself organized, you shouldn't really have regrets.