Dartmouth College Reviews
Dartmouth College was a transformative 4 years. I knew this was the college I would matriculate to after visiting my senior year in high school. Of all the schools I visited, Dartmouth had the most enthusiastic and genuine student body I had ever witnessed. Students would literally go late to class and drop whatever they were doing to make sure I knew how to navigate the picturesque campus. Sure, the school could be more diverse and had it's share of shortcomings, but by and by the college on the hill had a intimate and friendly community, renowned academic rigor, and flexible term plan where you could travel the world and undertake internships whilst completing your classes in earnest. All in all, this small college was what you made out of it. If you strove to have a cosmopolitan friend group, engage in a plethora of extracurricular activities, and study effectively--making sure to unwind on the weekends--you'd feel yourself grow as an individual and transform into someone ready to tackle the corporate world, head on.
I enjoyed college but wish I had pursued a science/engineering degree and graduated with a BS rather than a BA.
Dartmoouth was not a good fit. TOO CONSERVATIVE!
I would have majored in something I liked.
Major in something you like rather than what you should take to get into law school.
Mostly I think some of my problems were things I would have had issues with anywhere. But, others were specific to the school.
Yes, because I loved it. I am not sure I would have graduated if I hadn't majored in it, because those were the classes that helped me keep going when times were tough.
Trust your instincts.