— What is your reaction to Mr. Bruni’s idea that where you go to college matters less than “the effort you put into your studies, the earnestness with which you hone your skills, what you actually learn”?
Yes I agree that it's more about who you are then what school you really want to go to. It doesn't matter what school you go to it's all on what you put into it.
— If you’re a student who is finished with the college process, what advice would you give high school juniors?
If you didn't get into your favorite school it's not the end of the world because you can make yourself succeed somewhere else just as well.
— What is your idea of what the perfect college for you might be? Why?
A school where it is very hands-on and there's not a lot of bookwork. It would benefit from the school that is built around my strength.
— In the end, how much do you think it matters where you go to college? Why?
I don't think it really matters where you go to college because I think you can make yourself succeed just as good no matter where you go it's all in yourself.