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Top ranked academics, taught in a structured environment by military officers. Academics alone makes it better than the Naval Academy. Given the history and honor of the institution, despite the lack of a "party scene", this is one of the best places in the world for an undergraduate degree. Gaureenteed job in the Army! Cool swords and rings and stuff.
West point is my dream school because they are all about buisness. I would love to go to the military and i think that west point would help me prep for it. I wouldn't change anything about west poit
The experience can be tough, but it was well worth it. I learned valuable life lessons which will stay with me.
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Most events here are mandatory so we are not that enthusiastic to attend these. Everyone here is isolated from the real world that they no longer bother to stay connected to other schools and people outside of West Point. Most classes are not taught by experts in their fields so sometimes the students have to teach themselves.
I highly enjoyed visiting West Point. A great academy, with high standards and expectations, that will prepare you greatly for life.
Taps is at 2330 and the under two classes have study period 1930-2330. No underage drinking or you'll get tons of hours. A few popular outside bars.
The Firstie, mostly... If you can call that partying
Great professors, though I've had few good DPE instructors. Workload is considered heavy by outsiders. Accessible professors, tutors, etc. great library. Most companies have designated rooms for study, as well.
Pretty representative of the US population
Drugs are very rare. You'll get kicked out fast if you're caught. Alcohol is more prevalent, especially for those who are of age. Alcohol use is strictly controlled
Guaranteed employment after graduation (except a few freak cases) and a good alumni network. Not concerned about involuntary unemployment I the future.
I like to complain, but honestly it's a great opportunity
I feel very safe here. One generally doesn't find trouble here unless they go looking for it. So far as health goes, I get colds quite frequently while I'm here
It's free, but most barracks have no a/c, stuff breaks and doesn't get fixed, and the buildings are old.
Forced attendance lowers enthusiasm, despite what our image may be.

A wide variety of sports are offered and the facilities are decent, but non-athletes are sometimes overcrowded
Although it is hard, it is well worth it all.
We have military police and Congress looking at us
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Campus life is free but needs heavy remodeling.
As difficult as life is at West Point, the education, military training, and physical conditioning all compounds stress on an individual in a manner that only forces him or her to grow into a leader of courage, character, and competence.
The rules make no sense and there is a lot of things we do that hold you back from maturing as an individual and can lead to inexperienced adults. We are locked away in our own world and limited on how much we can go and experience reality. Yes we grow physically, mentally, academically, and morally but if you can't apply those things or be able to communicate in your environment what's the point. Prohibiting students or forcing requirements just makes it harder to get outside the walls and gain experiences in the real world with regular everyday people.
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