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New post 03 Aug 2008, 15:37
Hi folks,
I'm looking at Tuck's 2008 class profile (http://www.tuck.dartmouth.edu/pdf/t08-class-profile.pdf) and noticed that they distinguish between % of class born outside US and international students...

International Students: 35%
Students born outside US: 36%

I'm curious about how they distinguish between the two categories...Are international students just non-US citizens?

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New post 03 Aug 2008, 17:20
you got it. for example, i am a U.S. citizen but i was born outside the United States. I am "born outside the U.S." but not an "international student".

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Does this mean that they only have 2-3 (1%) students that are US Citizens that were born outside the USA? That's shockingly low, if so.
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i agree with you terp. i guess we are a rare breed. unrelated question: who is that guy in your picture?

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msday86 wrote:
i agree with you terp. i guess we are a rare breed. unrelated question: who is that guy in your picture?


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He looks like the villain from The Matrix + 20 years.

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i agree with you terp. i guess we are a rare breed. unrelated question: who is that guy in your picture?


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msday86 wrote:
you got it. for example, i am a U.S. citizen but i was born outside the United States. I am "born outside the U.S." but not an "international student".


Huh. That's good to know :)
given that the difference between the two is so low, why would they call it out? I don't think most schools do that...

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