An American Institution famous for screwing its undergraduates. In addition, when undergrads look for hope in graduate schools like an MIT, Berkeley, Stanford, Caltech, or UCLA, they realize that Georgia Tech as destroyed all their hope by giving them GPAs a full 1.5 points lower then the competition.
As a result, they end up doing their graduate studies in the same school that drove them so often to suicide as undergraduates.
Stanford's 2007 incoming graduate engineering class consisted of MIT, Stanford, Caltech, Berkeley, and UCLA undergrads. All Georgia Tech applicants failed to meet the 3.0 GPA requirements, in spite of a near perfect average on the GREs.
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