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2. Programming is favorite, Calculus is least favorite.
3. I dedicate myself to it, but many are known for not doing it at all.
4. Participation decreases significantly after the first day of class.
5. Yes, we even have a Chess Club.
6. Yes. Honors societies drive competition, and we have quite a few of them on campus.
7. I have only taken a few classes, so I will wait before making a define opinion for that question.
8. I study Computer Science, and our labs are top notch.
9. Not really, no.
10. Same as I feel with all other colleges: outraged I have to take Calculus.
11. It depends on which classes you take.
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