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Jul 8, 2011

do you know what you want to do after college?

and are you considering the huge cultural gap between YU and your other two choices as well?

hebrew academy student?

Jul 8, 2011

Go to JMSB, and then try to get into their portfolio management program or transfer to McGIll ASAP. Transferring to Ivey works too.

Jul 8, 2011

Have you already accepted the fact that your life will be spent below the poverty line and your best chance at getting ahead in life after either one of these colleges is sucking dick under the table in Mcdonalds?

Unless you are a nigger, then of course you can sell yourself to a master. But since you are so stupid that even with affirmative action you couldn't make a decent college, I wouldn't buy you. And I buy all types of niggers.

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Jul 9, 2011
Lak08er34:

Have you already accepted the fact that your life will be spent below the poverty line and your best chance at getting ahead in life after either one of these colleges is sucking dick under the table in Mcdonalds?

Unless you are a nigger, then of course you can sell yourself to a master. But since you are so stupid that even with affirmative action you couldn't make a decent college, I wouldn't buy you. And I buy all types of niggers.

Too bad I have no credits to throw you monkey shit..

Jul 8, 2011

YU, not surprisingly, has a very strong alumni/community base, so without knowing anything about the other two schools, that's not a bad choice.

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Jul 10, 2011

assuming youre jewish which im sure you are applying to YU

Aug 14, 2012

thanks for the quick responses

no im not really considering the cultural difference too much but i know that YU would be the most fun and the place where id make the most solid contacts its just that im not convinced its worth the 200k investment especially since "international students cannot legaly work in nyc"

has any canadian landed a summer job in new york?

Jul 14, 2011
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