<p>Do you know anything about Professors accessible rating.
What about the advisors' system?( Is that convenient or useful)</p>
<p>SinCe Universities are always HUGE(Well-known for Engineering), The professors will be hard to approach.
I need some personal expierence,or opinions or anything about this.
I have been admitted to Purdue, V Tech, UIUC,Texas A&M. IE major.
I know it's almost impossible that people can rate them all, for they can't attend all of this.
I think anything concerning any one of them is fine.
And it's really urgent!
I would be really appreciated for your responding!
<p>Any of those schools are about the same... professors are about as accessible as you want them to be. If you really want to get to know a professor at a large school, there is nothing stopping you, it just takes a little bit more effort than at a smaller school. I go to UIUC, and I have had enough professors that know me personally to get great recommendations for graduate school. The recs were good enough to make up for my slightly lower than average GPA too, so it just illustrates that I did get to know them pretty well.</p>
When I ssaw your reply, it encourged me a lot!
I am waiting for more sharing</p>
<p>Thank you Japher.
But I don't think those numbers are useful,for people are different.
Do you think if I am active enough, then these Universities are all fine for me?
or some personal expierence is nice for me .</p>
<p>Im a sophomore ISE major at Virginia Tech right now. Feel free to PM me about anything and I'll get back to you ASAP!</p>
<p>As far as professors, I'm still a sophomore so I haven't met or had class with the majority of ISE professors. Up to this point, I truly can say I wouldn't mind sitting down and having lunch with most of them and just chatting.</p>
<p>What you really have to consider more than professors (imo) when it comes to ISE is the student body. ISE involves a lot of group work. I might be biased by I love our group of ISE majors, and wouldn't trade working with them for any other department's sophomore class.</p>
<p>But all that can go into longer detail, but just message me any questions you have!</p>
<p>Also at VT, but in MSE. All professors (here at least) have office hours so you can always talk to them. In larger classes it can be harder to get to know the professor but in MSE the largest classes are around 25 people so we don't really have that problem. I think all engineering majors at VT use a ton of group work so you get to know the other people in your major really well.</p>
<p>Thanks for your responding,chuy!</p>