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Harvard Class of 2023 RD

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  • TheGuy1TheGuy1 926 replies5 threads Member
    edited April 2019
    @studentathlete18 Depends where the student graduates in the Harvard class.

    The future isnt that bright for the 'C' or below students at any school, and Harvard aint an exception.

    Sometimes its statistically given by some sources that the bottom 50% of the graduating class isnt that well off initially at least.


    A 'failure' of this is frowned upon regardless, but on the opposite end, a top of the class (range-ish) at Harvard will definitely/most probably be welcomed with open arms everywhere.

    I'd argue that the experience and other achievements in the 4 years matter a lot too, but that is very subjective too hold worth in companies' eyes too, and in general as well. But I still believe that a great experience with achievements matters a lot more for convincing a job-applicants worth
    edited April 2019
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  • isfj2019isfj2019 5 replies0 threads New Member
    Did anyone get in from the Waiting List?
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