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'always wanted to go to' - The top five reasons you want to attend Virginia Tech?


tokiwong 2 / 2  
Jun 25, 2012   #1
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Virginia Tech carries many warrants as to why it is the most desirable university for me to study Engineering. This university is considered to be ranked at the top when it comes to Computer Engineering-which is noted for its rigorous coursework. This is the field of study I've always wanted to get into, and the fact that it's so readily available to me within the same state is very elating. A degree from Virginia Tech would undoubtedly propel me forward in my career plans of Network Engineering, as the Computer Engineering major runs parallel with my plans for the future. Virginia Tech is a university that is known for taking in many students from different parts of the world. Considering I'm of different ethnic descent from most Americans, I find talking about differences in ethnic backgrounds with other people to be quite enjoyable, learning more about others as they learn about me. Furthermore, the 16:1 student to faculty ratio makes for a beneficial academic environment, giving more leeway to student-teacher interaction. I find the area of Blacksburg to carry a very easing atmosphere, and it's a place I dream to live in. Such a rural setting is novel to me, and the open spaces mixed with the atmosphere of a college town definitely make for a wonderful experience. This is the school I've always wanted to go to, where I can attain the highest possible education in the most reputable facility for that field of study.

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chessman567 5 / 170 11  
Jun 25, 2012   #2
This is the school I've always wanted to go to, where I can attain the highest possible education in the most reputable facility for that field of study:

This is the school I've always wanted to go to, where I can attain the highest possible education in the most reputable facility in the field of Computer Engineering.

Considering I'm of a different ethnic descent from most Americans, I find talking about differences in ethnic backgrounds with other people to be quite enjoyable, learning more about others as they learn about me.

I lived in Blacksburg before for my whole life, but now I moved to Maryland. I went to Gilbert Linkols Elementary, or I think that's what it's still called.
avenged7fold - / 4  
Jul 1, 2012   #3
Don't talk about ranking. Mention your ethnicity instead of referring to it vaguely. Be more specific as to the reasons.


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