Pros and cons of athletes using steroids

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Hello, I just had a question. I was wondering what is, exactly, the whole point of going to an honors college. You said an honors college has smaller classes and is mostly composed of very academic students, but universities like, say, the Ivy League schools or Berkeley, Stanford, etc. are also known to be composed of very academic students. Is the reason for choosing an honors college over a university like one of those I mentioned *only* to attend smaller classes and receive more attention from the staff? I would assume that attending UC Berkeley or a similar school is seen as rather prestigious, just as attending an honors college is seen as prestigious – what would be the reason someone would choose an honors college over a school like that, or any other university that is known for having good academics?

Pros and cons of athletes using steroids

pros and cons of athletes using steroids

Hello, I just had a question. I was wondering what is, exactly, the whole point of going to an honors college. You said an honors college has smaller classes and is mostly composed of very academic students, but universities like, say, the Ivy League schools or Berkeley, Stanford, etc. are also known to be composed of very academic students. Is the reason for choosing an honors college over a university like one of those I mentioned *only* to attend smaller classes and receive more attention from the staff? I would assume that attending UC Berkeley or a similar school is seen as rather prestigious, just as attending an honors college is seen as prestigious – what would be the reason someone would choose an honors college over a school like that, or any other university that is known for having good academics?

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