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First year dorms are pretty decent sized. Pretty nice compared to other universities.
First year dorms aren't air conditioned though right? :/ Upperclassman dorms are though I'd assume?
I have an eye thing that makes test taking hard for me so I was exactly like you: high gpa, challenging courses, and a low sat score. I was accepted ED. I believe that my eye thing (I wrote about it and sent it to UR) helped to explain my lower test scores. Meanwhile, my high gpa and hard classes helped to show admissions I was capable of challenging myself and succeeding. I guess I'm saying that it might help explain the test scores and help you a little but remember, there are a lot more factors in admission than just your gpa, test scores, and classes. I hope this helps!
it depends on your work ethic and what classes you take but if you really commit yourself you can do anything. IQ is also a measurement that can change over time and even ranges depending on who administers the test. Don't let it define you. I scored 129 when I was 10 and I have around a 3.7, but I know that if I worked harder I could get much better grades.
It doesn't really mean much. It's just a test. I wish I could say the same for the SAT haha.
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Written by Laura DiLibero
Students really seem to enjoy UR and its retention rate, 92 percent, seems to reflect that. Those people who just don't feel like they fit in transfer out after freshman year, so by the time senior year comes around, everyone in your class likes the school and knows one another, for the most part. There is also an influx of students who transfer into the school at the beginning of sophomore year. The best part about UR is the intimate atmosphere that it has, being a somewhat small, private university. It is a comfortable atmosphere that allows them to study in peace and relax when they need to. You get to know a lot of people and develop close friendships with many of them. The campus is gorgeous and so are the people.
Students at UR rarely have much to complain about and few could see themselves at any other school. They realize how lucky they are to be here and try to make the most of their opportunity by taking advantage of the great education, strong alumni network, and career preparation activities that the school provides. There are students who don't particularly like the school when they first arrive, but by the end of their time at UR, they don't regret their original choice to attend.
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