Studying for the mcat as a student - pre-med fraternity, and more about jake
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So can you just, like, introduce yourself and like, why did you choose Binghamton? Hi, I'm Ginger and I'm a transfer student here. Speaking years university, it's, uh, inexpensive compared to some of the other competitive colleges in the area. So when I transferred here, transfer because some of the research opportunities biology, it's just pretty incredible. I was in a seven year axillary bachelor of science and life sciences and then Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine program. I decided that that wasn't the room for me, and I wanted Teo stop home. What do you like? How would you describe the student body and like the stereotypes of no stereotypes of being Well, I mean, every school probably has their own stereotypes. School management, all current suits are constantly interviewing with different companies that are always coming to recruit here. Pretty much everyone in Harper that's doing some kind of sciences is always sitting. I don't see a lot sunlight when you're studying on time. Really? No. He started taking things in letters. Uh, your workload for your major and the classroom dynamics that you've realized here at Binghamton? Well, I'd say the question. Dynamics, if you ask the professor, I would record every lecture if you can. You can listen to the lecture and then listen to it again and take notes on it. You're gonna be studying quite a bit to make sure that you get the marks you want. The sciences aren't taken lightly here, and we have very little great inflation. Be brutally honest and name a few pros and cons of Binghamton. I would say the prose is it's pretty easy to get everywhere on. Most of the buildings haven't underground way to walk everywhere. So even though it does get pretty cool, you have an ability to get to class on time. So what do you think? Uh, differentiates Binghamton from, like another Sunni school or another campus that people like seniors in high school, maybe deciding between. Well, I would say, what's pretty awesome about Eagleton is they really stressed getting away from home mentality here. You're forced, stay on campus or first here, and I wouldn't say it's really force. You should want to, but they require that all freshman students stay on campus. So it really gives you that dynamic being away and having to interact with everybody else. As a transfer student, when you transfer here, do you have to live on campus? Just like freshmen know, you're actually able to have a car and you can live on. I chose the little campus because they never had the experience. If you could find housing off campus, well, where you commute and as someone who lives off campus, do you like living on campus or off campus? But, er I think that living off campus has its perks for sure. It's a little bit cheaper on DH. I'm closer to the the nightlife. I think living on campus was a great experience, and everyone should do it. Lastly, what advice would you give your senior year in high school? Self? Keep working. Just keep going at it and make sure you get the best grades and stay steady with your workload and your work ethic. It's not usually my look, but I'm raising money for prostate cancer with big into police department on my local restaurant. So if you ever need the really cool a Greek person right here, thank you so much.