Do You Believe that Going to Rutgers or some other Big-Name School will Improve Your Odds for Success in Life?
If you do, you really need to read this…
Attending well-known schools is not a guaranteed ticket to success. This is the biggest misconception most students have these days. The reality is that there are thousands of students who graduate from these “prestigious” schools annually, and not all of them are making it big. You’d be much better off going to a local community college or smaller school and save your money and time, not to mention less headache.
Many students in Jersey are in between choosing Rutgers or Stockton after high school. Or maybe you’re in community college and looking to transfer to a 4-year school and aren’t sure where to go. I’m telling you to avoid Rutgers at all costs, and I share with you the reasons why in this personal account of my first and last semester at this toilet bowl of a university. I experienced what many refer to as “The RU Screw”, at it almost destroyed my life as my academic career took a hit for the worst.
During my stay, I met many other students confess their horror stories and I arrived at the conclusion that Rutgers and all other big-name universities like Arizona State, Washington State, and all of the Ivy League schools are nothing but money mongers who make obscene amounts of profit, yet deliver subpar education that is on the same level, or even less in some cases, than schools in third world nations.
Academics in America is falling, because what you get at these universities is political indoctrination, not quality education.
Going to big-name universities is all just a hype and is nothing like what it used to be. Rutgers’s reputation has been tarnished and it has become nothing more than a super liberalized institution of cut throat competition where you will be charged over priced tuition and housing for third world level education by unqualified professors.
In this book, I expose the details my nightmare semester at Rutgers and how I received what is popularly known among students as “The RU Screw”, costing me thousands of dollars and a loss of time leaving me severely drained.
This is perfect insider info for anyone contemplating Rutgers, or attending any big-name state university as the book accurately describes what the campus environment is like at these so called institutions of learning.
The RU Screw – $1.50
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