Washington and Lee
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One of the oldest colleges in the country, Washington and Lee University (W&L) was founded in 1749 and is named after George Washington (who bequeathed the school its first major endowment) and Confederate general Robert E. Lee (a former president of the institution). The highly ranked liberal arts school in Lexington, Virginia is attended by about 1,800 students who take courses in about 40 major areas including public policy, Russian area studies, neuroscience, physics, and biochemistry. The student-faculty ratio is 9-to-1. Former US Supreme Court Justice and W&L alumni... More

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Pros: Honor Code, and the general accountability understanding that results. People are given the freedom to work as they see fit as long a job is done and done well. Full Review

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Accepted Offer – Interviewed in Lexington, VA Nov 2011 – Reviewed Sep 22, 2013

Interview Details – Interview was mostly behavioral and fit based. You have to submit an application by the end of Fall Term detailing the reasons you want to do research the following summer. Generally speaking, the more professors you know and network with the better shot you have at getting a grant from the…Full Interview

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The most difficult question asked was what specific skills I could bring to the lab. As a freshman, I didn't have many skills so I had to emphasize my willingness and enthusiasm to learn. Answer Question

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