Hmm I remember writing a similar, less blunt response to someone...grae313 wrote:You are *** Retarded hahahahhaha
golick2000 wrote:First I firmly decided to go to MIT, then found out that Princeton gave home to Einstein and the place where 3 american presidents studied. Besides, in overall ranking (don't remember the name) Princeton was number one with HArvard. I could not decide for a while.
.quizivex wrote:WTF? You were FIRMLY SET ON MIT AND THAT'S WHAT inspired you to change your mind??? 3 presidents from long before you were born who never studied in the field you'll be entering and probably never even entered the building you'll be taking classes in... a physicist who did his best work 100 years ago long before he moved to Princeton and didn't even attend the PhD program? That stuff has no relevance to what you'll be experiencing as a grad student in a specialized area of research 2010 and beyond. Maybe you should've applied to Yale since they must be better for a physics PhD because they produced more presidents. And sorry to disappoint you, but that infallible ranking you also based your decision off of has changed... Princeton is now a distant 5th. I'd consider transferring after your first year... and if the ranking changes the other way, transfer again... you want to make sure the school you graduate from is #1 when you graduate
quizivex wrote:I then made a poll to see of other users thought his school selection ideas were legit. Grae deleted it. I complained and she said it was too "antagonistic". So let's set the record straight. Is grae is the only one who's allowed to dish it out on here?
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