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Computer Science
Jan 08 2015
Rock your PSATs and get a National Merit Scholarship! One of last top schools to offer a great package. If that opportunity has passed, do well on your SAT/ACT and have a great GPA. Do some research on your own and show it on your application. This is a big research school so give them what they want. Also, if you are sure on Drexel, take a summer program. It more than pays for itself as you get a scholarship each year you attend after.
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Economics
Nov 18 2014
If you are going to get in for the co-op it is a cool thing but not worth the inflated price tag the university puts on it. The payout is not worth the cost. I learned the hard way.
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Engineering Department
Sep 16 2014
I went to the university because of soccer and engineering. I was very utilitarian in my decision. Looking on who I became I am excited that I choose to go to Philadelphia, but it is more or less because I was forced to become strategic because the school is sloppy. Sloppy records, sloppy organizational skills, sloppy classes at times. More or less they are very business like and even show off that they are looking for entrepreneurs who are going to make a ton of money and donate back. The whole thing about being an entrepreneur is that you don't need a degree to say that you are able to make your own job. So if you go to Drexel you will have fun, but be prepared to be stressed out of your mind and not just because classes are hard.
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Engineering Department
Jun 22 2014
It's very easy. You just need to have money. $15k scholarship is automatically awarded and the tuition fees continue increasing. Good luck!
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