Jerome Fisher (M&T) Thread

<p>i thought u were talking about wharton or penn in general, not specifically m&t.</p>

<p>there is usually one or two koreans in the m&t program per class so u will be lucky to find another one.</p>


<p>wow jeffery hyung congrats... i feel proud as a sis'er</p>

<p>haha thanx eugene, see you at school tomorrow. </p>

<p>A question to everybody: Are M&T students really considered "elite of the elite" and if they are, why?</p>

<p>haha so you r asking why you are elite?</p>

<p>i think you can answer that better yourself</p>

<p>congrats, everyone! i remember this entire process last year, the second decisions came on I'd log on to CC to see who else got in...and i was curious to see who's comin here next year. </p>

<p>kimqwerty, when you get here i think you'll start to have a lot of Penn pride in general, not M&T or Wharton-specific pride. i've never truly felt myself to be elite, even though we joke about it...there are so many amazing people here. </p>

<p>g'luck to everyone else who's doin rd!</p>

<p>quesiton: how many people who apply RD to M&T end up getting into their second choice major? Probably higher than the normal RD applicant, because of the selective nature of M&T, right? Just wondering, I'm applying RD.</p>

<p>second choice major? you never denote your planned major anywhere on the m&t application...</p>

<p>Yeah you do?...Single Choice fallback (Wharton or SEAS)</p>

<p>Haha, sorry lolololz, I had no intention of bragging. I simply read from Bern700's comment that M&T students are "the elite of the elite," and I just wanted to know why.</p>

<p>yeah they do, they ask for a three digit code for a major if you aren't accepted into fisher.</p>

<p>yeah but it's a fallback school, not major</p>

<p>Just a question I want to pose to those applying to/applied to Jerome Fisher. Let's say you were accepted to Harvard, MIT, Stanford and Wharton M&T, where would you go?</p>

<p>I would choose Wharton M&T.</p>

<p>wharton m&t. i hated harvard when i visited, didn't even bother seeing mit or stanford cause i knew i wouldn't like them.</p>

<p>After reading this post for a few days, I decided to (in place of studying for a Government final) sign up for an account and send out a hello to everyone using this thread, for I'm another M&T person of 2009.</p>

<p>I would definitely say Wharton M&T, but I'm more than a little biased to say the least. I never researched the other schools really, for I didn't have the desire to do so. My uncle went to Wharton, and after I had seen its undergraduate rankings, I decided to look into it. Needless to say, it didn't take much time for me to decide that I basically only wanted to attend Wharton and no other school (though I had my standard public-school backup in case I didn't get in). As at one point a little while ago, I thought I might want to go into the nanotech field (or some type of technology in general), I applied to Jerome Fisher to receive the best of both worlds and, by means of some freak accident, managed to get in!</p>

<p>carpenterm and kimqwerty (as well as anyone else who'd like to), please private message me--after all, there's a good chance we'll be seeing a lot of each other within the next few years!</p>

<p>welcome, snarfo.</p>