People Share the Cutest Date They've Ever Been OnBy Caroline Garnar For Mailonline. Straight-A students have taken to Reddit to tell the world where their top-class grades have got them in life - and it's not always the most high-flying lifestyles. The posts cover a wide variety of outcomes, from those working in a coffee shop or not working at all to aerospace engineers flying to Japan. The page also offered an insight into the pressure students face, with many speaking out about suffering breakdowns and depression while striving to get perfect marks. Scroll down for video. Straight-A students have taken to Reddit to tell the world where their top-class grades have got them in life.
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Some people care about having a tight-knit community. Some people care about landing an internship ASAP. And some people care about partying and coasting through school to end up with a degree. I think it's important to understand what kind of person fits your college, and then focus on those people.
To be totally honest, I don't have a lot of big generalizations about people my age.
With over K active communities, on Reddit you can laugh, think, discuss and dig deep into topics that matter to you. Reddit is free and open for everyone to. On Monday morning, Reddit user Popopopper posted an analysis of the college marketing emails they've received over the last couple. Reddit users have taken to the site to share whether top-class that they felt like a complete failure when they were averaging a B- at college.
I'm not the most outgoing person, and most of my interactions with others are in either my relatively small friend group, or online. I also think my viewpoint is a little skewed, since most of the colleges I've considered are pretty well-known already on a national level, and I did a TON of research going into the process, so I already sort of knew what I was looking for.
However as I mentioned before, I think appealing to our own senses of purpose and direction is important. I think a lot of people in my generation are suffering from a lack of purpose, in that they don't know what they want to do with their lives and feel as if college is just another thing they have to do to get a job.
I don't know if that's helpful at all, but hopefully you find it so. People my age also hate clickbait, including me, and I think it's just a bad idea to use clickbaity subject lines in emails. Even if it leads to more applications, to me as I stated earlier it just makes the college look desperate for applications. I know that it's definitely changed my perception of RPI; I know that RPI is a great engineering school and its graduates are often sought after by companies, but now the first thing that comes to mind when I think "RPI" isn't "great engineering school", it's "that college that sends me a ton of emails".
Going off that last point, it's extremely frustrating when colleges specifically ask me to apply early decision. Please apply by midnight tonight", and for a college to push it on me like that just seemed distasteful. It almost seemed as if they were trying to hide the fact that EDII is binding.
I know I've talked about RPI a lot, but one last thing I've noticed is that the image of them that I get from their emails is completely different from the one I get when I visit their website.
Their website has the phrase "Why not change the world?
The image I get of RPI on their website is that of a world-class research institute with cutting-edge facilities and innovative, motivated students, but the image I get from RPI's emails is, again, that of a college desperate for more applications. Frankly, if RPI had sent emails conveying the sort of image that they put out on their website and I hadn't gotten into [redacted] ED and I hadn't heard about RPI's ongoing drama with their president then I probably would have applied RD.
Another thing is that we all know that admissions offices send emails by the thousand. Any illusion of personal connection is broken as soon as we receive the exact same email from a different college.
Instead of writing emails with few to no visual elements to make it seem like it's coming from the "dean of undergraduate admissions," going so far as to include "sent from my iPad" at the end, I think it's better to send emails with more attractive, distinctive designs that stick out better in our heads. Arizona State especially stood out for having good visual elements in their emails, even though I didn't apply there.
They even included a cute little cactus with Christmas lights and snow even though I'm pretty sure ASU has seen snow maybe two or three times in its history lol. I guess one last little tip is that kids these days love ironic humor, but hate when adults, and especially marketers, make jokes in order to seem "hip" and "in with the kids".
As I mentioned earlier, of course I care about good job opportunities, but I also cared about being in a community of people who care about things, who are willing to just talk about abstract ideas because they find them interesting, and where I'd be able to grow intellectually and personally. As for location, I didn't care quite as much about that. And as for cost, I'm lucky enough that my parents have been able to save up to pay for college in full, so no matter where I go, I won't be taking on any debt.
While rankings were somewhat important to me, I didn't really care about the specific rank of a school, more that it was reputable and near the top of its field. I applied to fourteen colleges. Academic interests: I've always liked science, but especially physics and math.
Bio and chem are great and all, but the purity of math and physics just sort of appeals to me, not to mention the fact that they're both really useful in the real world. Extracurricular interests: I've done a bunch of stuff, like I briefly did debate and science olympiad, but I've found that my two main "things" are either messing around on my own with making stuff I have a 3D printer or programming stuff, as well as music I play an instrument and am in the marching band.
I also spend a possibly-unhealthy amount of time online reading stuff and occasionally making memes or writing stuff, kind of like the post you saw. I might be interested, but I'd have to know more before I just decide yes or no. Follow him on Twitter. Our Work. Our Method. As I said in a previous message, your post is getting a lot of traction in higher ed enrollment, admissions, and marketing circles. Vice presidents of enrollment and deans of admission are tweeting about it and commenting on it.
What made you decide to analyze all your college emails this way? What was it like to be on the receiving end of all that marketing? Do any of the emails you received stand out as being especially effective or memorable or helpful? The email from Swarthmore. The poster from MIT. The Bowdoin viewbook. Why do you think LSU sent you so many emails? They are.
Did you already know that? What do you think about getting emails that are virtually identical from a bunch of different schools? Why do you think they did that? What should colleges do to make their marketing emails better? I think, considering the mail that stuck out in my mind:. Other than email, how else did colleges try to market to you?
But what else? Ads on social media? Text messages? What advice do you have for them? What should we do less of? What should we do more of? Your grades and test scores are really good congrats!
Programs that interest you?