A Princeton student describes why he chose to come to Princeton and what he didn’t know about it when he decided.
A Princeton student describing why he chose to come to Princeton and what he didn’t know about it when he decided.
A Princeton student tells which other schools Princeton applicants usually apply to and why students choose Pton.
talks about why he chose Princeton, his major (music), the social scene, “The Street”, etc.
Randall talks about why he chose Princeton, his major (economics), his future plans, etc.
Timothy says he chose Princeton because of its strong math department—he plans to go to graduate school in math.
Noor, who’s from Lebanon, explained that he came to Princeton because of its financial aid and its small size.
Angela, a freshman, chose Princeton because it’s prestigious and academics-centered, with a friendly atmosphere.
Hudson, a freshman, explains that he chose Princeton because of the student body, small class sizes, etc.
Timothy says she chose Princeton because it’s close to home, has great academics, and has a beautiful campus.
Marlowe explains that that she chose Princeton because she was recruited for golf, and was impressed with the academics.
Katharine talks about why she chose Princeton. She describes her major, English, and talks about t
A student explains why he chose Princeton.
A student explains why he went to Princeton.
A Princeton student tells which other schools Princeton applicants usually apply to and why students should choose Princeton instead.
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