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How is SJSU?

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Their engineering program is good, cuz states are always more practical. Moreover, sjsu is in the silicon valley, so the job marketing is pretty good.

Others are suck, if you plan to finish your school in 4 yrs, don't think about here,cuz now is hard to get class.

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