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From Sky diving to Drowning – Interview With Sreenidhi – UT Tyler

As the interview went on, at one point, I said to her “It’s really difficult to have a serious conversation with you.” Because she’s has this gregarious and upbeat personality.  It’s hard to stop laughing. You see what I’m talking about as you watch the following interview. Plus, this interview took over 3 hours to record (and we recorded an interview in Tamil (our native language as well).

Introduction at the Lake (Part 1 of 4)

Scholarships to Plagiarism (Part 2 of 4)

Part 3 of 4 – Live Campus Tour

Campus Tour and Emotional Ending (Part 4 of 4)

Interview Summary

Here’s some of the topics we covered during this interview

  • The University of  Texas at Tyler – Campus Settings
  • Campus Life for Students
  • 70+ Scholarships for Students
  • How to lower your tuition fees – Thesis vs. Course Only
  • When to Study Thesis Track vs. Course Only Track
  • New Student Life – Crying to Depression
  • Walk Around the campus
    • Bell Tower
    • University Center
    • Graduate School Admission Office
    • Lake
    • Study Areas
  • Surprise visit to Dr.Wolf’s Office
  • Crazy Outdoor Activities – Skydiving, White Water Rafting, etc.

Next – Interview with Spoorthy from UT Tyler

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  1. Very nice videos. The information she said is true and practical. She really explains the life of an international student living in US very well. Students are looking for free stuff and all. But it is really important to interact with all the people here, as you will know what is going around. University of Texas at Tyler is a beautiful university but I would prefer the weather of California over Texas. Weather in LA is just like the weather in central India.

    1. Thanks for commenting here. About LA.. weather is very good, but you are looking at $1500 for single bed oom apartment rent vs $700 for double bed apartment in Texas. Not to mention the fee difference. Are you talking about USC?

      1. Your are right Raghu, rent and expenses are high in LA. but living here certainly gives more exposure to different experiences. I am talking about CSU.

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