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1) College tour - You get to see the infrastructure, get a feel of the college 2) Class - Sit in a class. Get to see the teaching methodology. My personal advice - dont sit in basic classes like accounting, stats. They tend to be boring. Also, dont take it the exp too much to heart, if you didnt like it as it might be true for only that class 3) Talk Talk Talk to students. Ask they why they chose it, recruiting, teaching, student activities.. anything. Any secret tips to get admitted. And listen to what other students are asking. My most learning exp was listening to my fellow visitors.
Also most schools have prepared schedules for school visits. So you wont have too much planning to do.
Hi Roboman, thank you for your question and thanks to those who responded. If you do a simple search for "Campus Visit" in this forum, you would find a wealth of information contributed by many of our members. I will also refer you to the knowledge vault for more links and information.
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It took me roughly 2-3 hours. It only take at most 30 minutes to check out the campus, 30-60 minutes to talk to students at lunch or something, and then the rest of the time you can take a class or something. _________________
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It took me roughly 2-3 hours. It only take at most 30 minutes to check out the campus, 30-60 minutes to talk to students at lunch or something, and then the rest of the time you can take a class or something.
thanks for the info kryzak!
Re: What to do there?
10 Feb 2008, 19:54
Check out this awesome article about Anderson on Poets Quants, http://poetsandquants.com/2015/01/02/uclas-anderson-school-morphs-into-a-friendly-tech-hub/ . Anderson is a great place! Sorry for the lack of updates recently. I...