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This is where it all starts. This is where Students place tremendous amounts of stress on themselves to make sure that they get into the top universities.
These students believe that going to the top colleges will guarantee them success in life. While it’s true that elite universities attract the best students, there is still much debate about whether college choice has much impact on professional outcomes.
After examining the difference between Ivy League and ordinary public colleges, a clear message begins to show. It doesn't matter where you go to college.
Elite colleges are the most selective places of learning in the World.
Our society has indoctrinated us to think these schools are a must in order to be successful in life.
But once students get into a college, some realize that that it may not be the best choice for them.
Malcolm Gladwell speaks on the “Little Fish, Big Pond Theory,”
He thinks that it’s “better to be a big fish in a little pond (gifted student in the regular reference group) rather than to be a small fish in a big pond (gifted student in the gifted reference group).”(Gladwell).
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