|By Kimfuge (Kimfuge) on Friday, May 28, 2004 - 05:10 am: Edit|
Dartmouth is the smallest of the Ivy League. However, how is the undergrad focus compared to Yale and Princeton. I'm assuming Dartmouth has better focus for its undergrad compared to Harvard, Columbia, Brown, Penn, and Cornell, but how is it compared to P and Y? And do you know anyone who chose D over P and Y? thx
|By Dartkid08 (Dartkid08) on Friday, May 28, 2004 - 07:02 am: Edit|
How the HELL can someone quantify something like this?
|By Catcherny (Catcherny) on Friday, May 28, 2004 - 01:08 pm: Edit|
i was up all night doing the calculations....and i'm quite certain Dartmouth is 1.08739% more undergraduate focused than Harvard.
|By Wisconsinguy (Wisconsinguy) on Friday, May 28, 2004 - 01:46 pm: Edit|
Catcherny, I think you forgot to carry a three somewhere. I came out with 4.0012985 percent.
|By Catcherny (Catcherny) on Friday, May 28, 2004 - 03:59 pm: Edit|
[scrambles to review calculations]
|By Raspberries (Raspberries) on Sunday, May 30, 2004 - 01:58 am: Edit|
i choose dartmouth over princeton/yale:
anyways, i got the impression that dartmouth was easily more undergrad focused than yale. for example on my tours at yale i saw the law school (grads), research by grad students etc while at dartmouth i was shown projects undergrads were working on. even just looking at numbers it's clear dartmouth has more of an undergrad focus (yale 5200 undergrads, 6000 grads v. dartmouth 4200 undergrads, 1000 grads)
as for princeton, i think its about equally undergrad focused as dartmouth, but i didn't look as closely at it as yale/dartmouth.
Report an offensive message on this page E-mail this page to a friend
|Posting is currently disabled in this topic. Contact your discussion moderator for more information.|
|Administrator's Control Panel -- Board Moderators Only|