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Posted by: spacecowboy - Mon Jul 12, 2004 10:37 pm
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Post    Posted on: Thu Aug 19, 2004 2:30 am
hehe thanks for your vote :)

And i think the ratio for the whole school is 9:1 but that ratio gets much steeper when you go by department in those such as lets say, Aerospace Engineering hehe

An admissions counselor said, "o yes, you'll be very popular since you'll be the only girl in most of your classes"

Needless to say, my dad had a heart attack and was ready to prohibit my from going to riddle lol

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Post    Posted on: Thu Aug 19, 2004 1:05 pm
eraurocktchick87 wrote:
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just don't become a typical Riddle girl. :P
you'll see what I mean in a year.


I've heard that they tend to get stuck up for the most part after being around so many guys for a year? Blegh if that's what you're talking about, don't worry. People like that drive me nuts lol.


that's good. set an example. but beware, you will get stared at. Some women like that kind of attention, some don't. I think the best way to avoid that is to act as normally as possible, that is, as if Riddle were a regular school with a 50/50 ratio

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Post    Posted on: Thu Aug 19, 2004 7:32 pm
I dont mind being stared at ;) lol but i dont let it go to my head either. And besides, I'm going to be paying 30K a year for an education, not for an ego boost, so I think I'll be focusing more on the former than the latter lol.

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Post    Posted on: Thu Aug 19, 2004 7:36 pm
By the way, it seems that I might have found some leverage to try and get more $ out of Riddle... Georgia Tech mailed me a full scholarship offer covering tuition, fees, books, room and board, and $500 a month for living expenses. Think the scholarship board at ERAU might take that into consideration?

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Post    Posted on: Thu Aug 19, 2004 8:48 pm
very nice, since riddle's private, i can't imagine them not wanting you enough to up their offer.

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Post    Posted on: Fri Aug 20, 2004 7:59 pm
I hope thats true... from what I've heard though, they only offer up to 85%... Hopefully I can get some more out of them lol.

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Post    Posted on: Fri Aug 20, 2004 9:51 pm
Considering the fact that Tech's out-of-state tuition and ERAU's tuition are just about the same, ERAU might be willing to up their scholarship.

Disclaimer: the operative word is might.

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Post    Posted on: Sat Aug 21, 2004 1:46 am
might... I really dislike that word :P Well, keep your fingers crossed for me! Hehe.

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By the way, was the scholarship from Georgia Tech the President's Scholarship or another one (that I don't know about)? Because if it's the latter, do me a favor and email me with some information about it -- I'm basically broke, so full-rides are Good Things.

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University of Delft in The Netherlands. Only one in the Benelux as a whole. I intend to go there next year if i'm allowed to go there, but they are really slow in responding to email and from what i've heard, the programm is good, but the organisation as good as all the other colleges and universities, which is imo extremely bad.

But then again, i don't have much choice if i want to take on a Aerospace Engeneering study.....

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Post    Posted on: Mon Aug 23, 2004 3:32 am
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By the way, was the scholarship from Georgia Tech the President's Scholarship or another one (that I don't know about)? Because if it's the latter, do me a favor and email me with some information about it -- I'm basically broke, so full-rides are Good Things.

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It was the President's Scholarship, don't worry, you aren't missing out on anything lol.

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But then again, i don't have much choice if i want to take on a Aerospace Engeneering study.....

http://www.lr.tudelft.nl/


You could always come srudy with us in the United States hehe.

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eraurocktchick87 wrote:
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But then again, i don't have much choice if i want to take on a Aerospace Engeneering study.....

http://www.lr.tudelft.nl/


You could always come srudy with us in the United States hehe.


Lolz :o Well, if i would have the money, perhaps, but i'll stay here for a while. It's expensive enough to live here, i doubt it will be any different in the states.

Though 99,9% of the people here completely don't care about space and the universe around. They only showed SS1 for a few secs and that's that. For news, i rely on the internet completely....


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Though 99,9% of the people here completely don't care about space and the universe around. They only showed SS1 for a few secs and that's that. For news, i rely on the internet completely....


What, you think that's just where you're at? Hell, I always thought it was just the States!

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siggy wrote:
Though 99,9% of the people here completely don't care about space and the universe around. They only showed SS1 for a few secs and that's that. For news, i rely on the internet completely....


What, you think that's just where you're at? Hell, I always thought it was just the States!


Well, yes :D , but i guess now it seems to be that the general perception of all this is very .... euh... limited...


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