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based on 5 students ratings
The English program is ranked very high and I was accepted. I received higher financial aid here than my other top choice, and the school has a great reputation. The housing is expensive, but if you look hard it won't break the bank. Professors have great reputations as well, great for letters of recommendation.
I found the course curriculum to be challenging and rewarding. Although some of the freshman/sophomore courses seem tedious, especially as a transfer, I found the one I was required to take extremely rewarding due to the Graduate Student Instructor. Definitely ask around and look up your professors/GSI/, it makes the bigger differences in the world.
I fell in love with the campus and just the opportunity that was there. I visited as a senior in high school and got to spend the night there and wanted to go there ever since. I also love the amount of school spirit that is shown throughout the school
I think that it?s rigorous and sometimes a tad overboard but other than that is a top university and they expect a lot from us. If this school was supposed to be easier for people then it would be a community college that everyone could go to and do well at.
It is known for being the #1 public university. My older brother had also gone here. He was a senior when I was a freshman so if I went to Berkeley then he could show me around. Public universities aren't that expensive.
I think that the curriculum is very well structured. I've seen other schools like Cal State Long Beach using worksheets made by Berkeley's professors, which indicates that the course material is very clear and in-depth.
It is a wonderful public School close to home! A much cheaper option for me plus a wonderful academic program. I mean its the number 1 public university in the country! I just love the vibe here. The area is not the best but I like having so many restaurants in walking distance.
Great variety. I like how you are not tied down to a major when you begin your college career. You come in undeclared unless you are admitted to a specific college. You have the chance to take a variety of courses and see what is the best fit for you.
I thought I would get the best education here because of its ranking and faculty. I also liked the variety of classes offered and the social climate. There was a good selection of different organizations I would be able to join.
Usually good for most classes in math, computer science, and economics and other subjects like Native American studies and sociology. It can be boring for classes in geography, sociology, nutrition, and astronomy.