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Lies and exaggerations in the college process


Replies to: Lies and exaggerations in the college process

  • moooopmoooop Registered User Posts: 1,156 Senior Member
    There is a line going around now: "If you don't get a good internship, you won't get a job." Or at least a GOOD job. I hope this isn't true.

    Also, for Ivy-stats kids, "Don't worry, you can always go to Michigan." My kid reports from Evanston that there are definitely students who got into Northwestern but not Michigan.
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