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Get B's and C's at an Ivy League school
Get A's at a standard university
Better grades and less expenses.
It's all about the money!
for employers the school is much more important. unless your going for a VERY high position then they don't really look at your grades.
Look at George Bush. C's and D's at Yale, and became the Presy-dent. Not that I like george bush.
Once you have your degree from an Ivy League institution employers will rarely(if at all) be interested in your grades, simply the fact that you passed.
In Finland, the place where you graduated doesn't mean anything special.
Ivy League opens up so many more doors though.
@max you mean the guy who cant pronounce simple words and the fact that his hometown has a sign that says the hometown of Geog...
dangit couldn't finish stupid laptop but it says the hometown of George Bush... were sorry
You do realize that most people get B's and C's in Ivy league schools right? You are still more likely to get hired. You can also attend on scholarship too
this is what you're really asking:
work your ass off at higher levels to get okay results, or slouch at average levels and be awesome.
I got A's at a standard university. Nobody cares. So did thousands of other people. People see that Ivy League Name on your resume, and it gets your foot in the door. Alumni in powerful places can, and will help you, or take you out on their yacht because you're "one of them".
You can easily graduate with B's and C's. Dean's List is cool and all, but Yale looks a lot prettier to potential employers.
I'd rather have the knowledge.
If you're trying to go to grad/professional school...trust me, you want the Ivy League.
If you have A's at a Standard University you shouldnt have issues going to grad school
Cs get degrees
Absolutely nothing wrong with Standard Universities. Better than a mere high school diploma.
Indeed. I don't want to go to an Ivy-League college, anyway.
Since I have to have B's and C's, I'll have two C's and the rest of my grades can be B's. A lot better than what I did in High School.
I chose the wrong one. Having the school under your belt works better than having a great GPA in some cases (depending on your field and continuation for masters and PHD's).
Whatever, just give me the diploma.
@Walrus, yeah but in America its the complete opposite. This question blows because its not in reference to any specific country.
Most people get B's and C's at Ivy League. You'll still get an awesome job even if you're at the bottom.
Im still graduating
B's and C's = A's in average uni....this logic
This would mean I am competent at what I'm taking right? Fuck what my potential employers might think. I know what I want to do in life and I want to be good at it
as long as you pass, ivy league carries SO much more weight than standard. plus you make connections really high up in your field of study
i am just gonna invent something like zuckerberg fuck the grades
Whatever school u go to its ur gpa that counts
same degree, better grades
I'm a perfectionist
Fuck u all im gonna be a drug dealer
What did they call the C student? Doctor ;)
B's and C's guys. Employers don't much look at marks, more the schooling
Guess it dosent really matter there about the same
You are literally too stupid to insult.
You can still go to an Ivy League Graduate school if you go to a standard university and get A's!
america should use points by numbers to. this A,B,C,D,E,F is so silly.
Like I'm gonna shell out that kind of cash. Besides, I'm just gonna be partying the whole time anyway.
Way to contribute to society.
I'd rather be an entrepreneur... Fuck working for someone else my entire life. It won't matter if I attend a "standard university".
I thought it said "Get A's at Stanford University"...
grades dont matter in college, as long as you get a diploma. i did red by accident
1 b at an ivy league school is worth 2 A's at a standard university
Currently doing this right now >_
The students that get straight As end up with great jobs, working for the students that got Cs and Ds. It's not about what you know, it's about who you know. Ivy League alums offer so much more opportunity than a state college.
Bush Jr. had all C's and became President. .. so i like my odds
A b or c at an Ivy League is equivalent to an A at a mediocre school
whatever as long as u get a university i dont see the problem.
It all depends on what you're looking for. I wouldn't rather be at an Ivy League school than where I am right now, it's not about the title for everyone.
I got A++ at an Ivy League school,and I never graduated High School
As my uncle who is an über successful doctor told me, C's get degrees. I have a good-looking degree, so I'm get.
In some cases, D's get degrees. As long as they're not important to your major.
Better grades, plus I would much rather go to a regular college anyway. Same education and is much cheaper. People shouldn't care which school you go to, as long as you get good grades. In the Ivy League, it's not really what you know, it's who you know. I would much rather be smart than have so-called "connections".
Berea College has free tuition and is one of the toughest schools in the country. I barely got through my first year there.
Ivy League with decent grades still has better reputation and connections. And supposedly teaches better sooo
Saying you graduated from an Ivy league school is much more impressive; people don't normally ask about your grades. Plus getting into one either means I'm really smart or at least somewhat wealthy.
ARRRRGH!!!! BUT IF I WENT TO AN IVY LEAGUE SCHOOL I WOULD GET A'S TOO!!!!!!
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