Q&A with Nicole | Campus Tour 2019
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This is my freshman year at University of Washington. As you can tell, Ker Lee tells backwards, um yeah, no se from Duvall, Washington. Okay, but today we're gonna be doing a Q and A So question number one. Why did you choose you dope? Um, well, I mostly chose it because I wanted to go to school in the city because I thought it would provide me with a lot of great opportunities and a lot of fun stuff to do. Well, it hasn't let me down, so All right, So can you describe the student body here? You don't. I thought I was smart in my small town, but no, I'm not really sure I got in his car. They're kind of not so much like, not so social, but team. What's your major? Well, I recently changed it yesterday. What's new? My new major is biological anthropology. I'm using that major as a major to get my bachelor's degree, and then I'm going to move into a physician assistant schooling. Can you describe the academic climate? Here? You go. Well, capacity constraints talk a lot about the whole. Okay, so you're not really put into a major directly When you come into U dub instead, you have to apply for around like sophomore year and sophomore year. So you work your way up to this major and depends on your major as for me and by going for volunteers. I've heard from a lot of my other friends who are very stressed out about giving into their majors. Majors like computer science or in format in from attics or nursing buys him. Those were, like, the hard every almost to get into those. That's kind of why I dropped away from public health. I was like, I'm not going to stress myself out. I just need a major to be in a bachelor's degree or whatever. Yeah, but you can strive through, apply get into Major life will be fine if you don't still fine. What's your favorite thing or part about u dub Who? Who? I'd have to say Student body like this one. What? Cyril, Ese, who were part about, You know, who I'd have to say Getting contract ID into a dining and count the food is kind of repetitive. Here, have then everything's like double the price. Like, seventeen hundred, like spinach route. I have to say it's probably because you can't really do housing unless you get a meal. The lowest meal plan is like, what ninety dollars is like what you told me. Well, won't you look at the time We got a scar.