As application season arrives, I just want us all to remember that whether we get our education at our dream college or not, the education won’t change and no one will come up to you when you’re thirty and judge you based on what college you did your undergrad/grad school at. Whether you go to Cambridge or a community college, it doesn’t matter. When you meet someone on the street, you don’t know what college they went to, and you don’t judge them by it. You judge them based on how they are as a person. Your prospective colleges does not reflect your personal worth. Please remember that! 

So, Where are you applying?

As application time rolls around I know we’re all trying to get information about different universities we want to apply to. I would like to attempt to simplfy this search for information, but in order to affectively reach this goal, I need your help. Do you want more private or government universities? Is there a coastal preference or a continental preference? Like do you want just US universities or a international variety? Leave an ask, let me know~

Founding Family, Stanford University

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International Baccalaureate Programme

I love the IB Programme, it helped me regain something I thought school damaged beyond repair; IB helped me regain my imagination.

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Geisel Library, UCSD

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University of California Berkeley 

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andreayanezz said:

Any other good sights like yours ?

Aw thank you!  I don’t know of any other college blogs on tumblr but if I find any I’ll be sure to let you know! Is there a specific college you were looking for? 

andreayanezz said:

What IB classes are you taking ? And are you a junior or senior ?

I’m a junior and I spend half of my sophomore year in a hospital so that messed up my schedule resulting in only three IB’s this year 
IB English HL, IB History of the Americas HL and IB Psychology HL.


Brown University, Providence, Rhode Island
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mohibul said:

I have a question can you answer please? I am planning on going to uni next year to study pure maths, what can this degree do for me in job prospects. Also would i need a tablet/laptop for uni? If so what would you recommend? Thanks in advance

 People with pure maths degrees go into do law, applied physics, software developing, it all depends on your focus. 

A tablet/laptop would be nice, depends on what you want on it. I’d say get something with windows 8 and a touch screen because it will make your life a lot easier.  

My brother is a mechanical engineer and he’s using the Surface Pro. It’s really nice and portable but it can be kind of pricey. 

University of Southern California 
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Carlson Bloc Bell, CSULB
Royce Hall, UCLA
Cambridge University, England, UK