What would you like to do?
Stadt in den USA mit Namen eines ehemaligen Präsidenten?
Wie gehst Du in die Stadt? means How are you going into town?
Ein Tropfen auf den heißen Stein translates as a drop in the ocean. Literally, it means "a drop on the hot stone"--which evaporates quickly, so amounts to nothing.
Having been twice accepted by MIT, first for a PhD in Physics, and then for an MBA at the Sloan School, I have some opinions on this matter. First, being at the top of your cl…ass is "must have". Either you have, or have not been in the top %. If not, then the next 2 don't matter. The second is Recommendations. Get recommendations from the "Right" people. Since you want to go to MIT, first choice is a professor who is an MIT Alumnus. Alumnus recommendations carry a Huge amount of weight. If you don't have an MIT Alum then go to the next best thing. Get a recommendation from professors who are Alums from the highest Universities…Harvard, Stanford, etc. Recommendations from professors with prestigious degrees is very important because in the letter from these profs the writer will say, basically; "I'm from Harvard, etc, and I know what caliber of student it takes to go to MIT and this student is definitely qualified for this." The third is to Ace the entrance exams. Of the 3, this one is the one that you have the MOST CONTROL over. Acing the exams will make up for some shortcomings with 1 and 2. Realize this. In the few hours of time given to the exam only a certain class of questions can be asked, nothing too long. Secondly, there are certain types of problems that you will be asked to solve. This means that though the specifics will vary, the basic problems to solve are very similar. So, get at least 3 years of previous exams form any of several Exam Prep publishers. Do the tests. On the problems you got wrong, go back to your class texts to learn how to solve them correctly. After you have been able to get ALL the problems solved correctly, but this aside, then do ALL the practice exams again. You want to get every solution correct. By doing this you will see the types of questions, the level of thinking, and the types of concepts that the examiners are looking for. You should see similarities in these categories repeated across the past 3 years tests. THEN when you go to take the exam you will recognize the type of each question, what it's looking for, and how to answer it. One final thought. If you feel that you can give the impression of a competent, student, one who is able to discuss in some depth his chosen field of study, then making some appointments with MIT professors in this field can help. You will NEED to have a good story for why you want to attend MIT other than it is a top University. For instance if you want to study Physics, make appointments with Physics professors, ESPECIALLY with those on the acceptance board. How you find these takes some research. I did this with most of my Grad School Favorites, and it helped a lot. I went from having a 50/50 chance for acceptance into Harvard Physics to a double acceptance with full fellowship. If you feel unsure about this, then just go with the above 3 suggestions. I hope that this helps, Ron GOOD LUCK!!
It means "a queen amongst the beers".
MIT stands for the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, which is a very prestigious school located in Cambridge, Massechusetts.
I dance into heaven with you
MIT is very interested in diversity and humanity and accepts students from diverse cultural and economic backgrounds. Minimum requirements for admission are a small step towar…ds acceptance but include standardized tests and leadership experience. Some majors even require a portfolio (Media arts for example) To gain admission to MIT , In 2008 scores adveraged between 670 and 770 for Critical Reading and 730-800 for Math. One is required to submit either SAT or ACT scores but there is no minimum score for entrance. Further, either TOEFL exams or IELTS are required (for students that speak English as a second language) * The total expense would be around $52,000 for an academic year
eine Woche, as Woche is die Woche.
Well from I know, you can open a business bank account, you can use it to get discounts on all types of things. One time I called Pep Boys and asked how much for two t…ires, and they told me $245, then I called back and told him I had a Tax ID number and the price dropped to $196. I also heard you can get a a business credit card with also, but I haven't tried that yet.
Oh, that's a tough choice! Both are top ranked, extremely well respected in their fields. I really think you can't go wrong with either one. That said, MIT has a bit mor…e prestige than Cal Tech, especially outside the US. But not by so much that, if you loved Cal Tech, you wouldn't go to Cal Tech. Have you gotten into both? If not, then apply to both, see where you get in, see what aid they offer you, and only then decide. If you've gotten into both, consider which one fits you best, personally. Because you can't go wrong - you have to pick based on fit. You can also let their financial aid offers influence you, if you're torn between the two.
In German the apple is male, so it`s ein Apfel. An apple = Ein Apfel The apple = Der Apfel [Just to complicate things it can also be einen, einem or eines: He rewarded… me with an apple - Er hat mich mit einem Apfel belohnt Because of an apple Newton became famous - Wegen eines Apfels ist Newton berühmt geworden] It depends if you're in the nominative, accusative, genitive or dative case, because ordinarily it would just be 'ein Apfel' if the apple is the subject. NOM 'An apple was eaten by me' = 'Ein Apfel wurde von mir gegessen' 'An apple fell from the tree' = 'Ein Apfel ist vom Baum gefallen' ACC 'I ate an apple' = 'Ich habe einEN Apfel gegessen' GEN (like example above: 'Wegen...' etc) DAT 'with an apple' = 'mit einEM Apfel'
Be very, very board. If you have a den that me ans you have no feeinds
The noun 'den' is a word for: a wild animal's lair or habitation; a secret place where people meet to do illegal things; an informal room in a home used f…or relaxation; in the US, a group of cub scouts.