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reZolut 03-06-2011 23:13

data how on earth did you come to know so much about post secondary education?

Data 03-06-2011 23:14

Wikipedia, my friend.

Durak 03-06-2011 23:19

i think the real point of full sail is that you don't need any kind of entrance exams, essays or good grades to get in

it's basically a school for lazy idiots who think they are "too smart" for real college. newsflash, any kind of normal successful life (monetary and otherwise) involves years of hard work, brains and a bit of luck. you can't "skip" one of the intermediary steps and expect to get anywhere in life. validuz is a clear-cut example of this

interestingly, most state schools have pretty lax standards for admission and in some cases have programs to subsidize your entire tuition fee if you keep up a decent gpa. like i said you have to be some kind of idiot to go to full sail

kazan 03-06-2011 23:23

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Originally Posted by Spiderman (Post 16253601)
Ummm I did that in law school why prosecuting and working as a research assistant part time ... that's nothing tbh

ask any resident TW with a hard science degree / med school / law school they'll tell what a joke it is to flaunt a for profit video game school as some sort of academic achievement

Never said it was. The courseload is the only "hard" factor of it. The coursework itself is narrow, focused, and limited in scope.

SirBatesAlot 03-06-2011 23:26

is this one of those threads where everybody laughs at validuz for making **** up and being a retard that got stuck on a hill?

kazan 03-06-2011 23:30

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Originally Posted by SirBatesAlot (Post 16254042)
is this one of those threads where everybody laughs at validuz for making **** up and being a retard that got stuck on a hill?

Yep.

Join in, this one's a doozy.

Shoddy 03-06-2011 23:45

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Originally Posted by Dark Volcanic (Post 16254034)
The coursework itself is narrow, focused, and limited in scope.

Yes, but is it redundant?

adrian ng 03-07-2011 00:05

Yeah what kind of engineer doesn't understand that objects in motion add to their relativistic mass due to the equivalence of mass and energy.

Haw haw haw

kazan 03-07-2011 00:19

Quote:

Originally Posted by Shoddy (Post 16254073)
Yes, but is it redundant?

No idea. I can only assume so.

Validuz 03-07-2011 00:37

Quote:

Originally Posted by Spiderman (Post 16253601)
Ummm I did that in law school why prosecuting and working as a research assistant part time ... that's nothing tbh

ask any resident TW with a hard science degree / med school / law school they'll tell what a joke it is to flaunt a for profit video game school as some sort of academic achievement

:lol: And another angry retard says **** he can't back up. I never "flaunted" any part of my education. In fact, I've explicitly stated that it was a mistake going to FS and that I don't even use the degree.

Quote:

Originally Posted by Validuz (Post 16253561)
I tell you what, if any of you can find where I said I have a structural engineering degree or that I have two engineering degrees, I'll stop posting forever.

However, if you can't, you (and the rest of the retards) stop posting forever.

Deal?

Keep backpedaling, children. Far-left and far-right retards alike can group up as you please. Nothing will ever change the fact that you're morons, not even my lack of physics-related education.

Your rage only boosts my ego and reassures me that I'm right.

Code4 03-07-2011 00:38

Quote:

Originally Posted by adrian ng (Post 16254091)
Yeah what kind of engineer doesn't understand that objects in motion add to their relativistic mass due to the equivalence of mass and energy.

Haw haw haw

the software engineers of tribes 2

ayz 03-07-2011 00:39

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Originally Posted by Validuz (Post 16254129)
:lol: And another angry retard says **** he can't back up. I never "flaunted" any part of my education. In fact, I've explicitly stated that it was a mistake going to FS and that I don't even use the degree.

Keep backpedaling, children. Far-left and far-right retards alike can group up as you please. Nothing will ever change the fact that you're morons, not even my lack of physics-related education.

Your rage only boosts my ego and reassures me that I'm right.

ego founded on what exactly

Special---K 03-07-2011 00:41

wait, what engineer doesn't understand basic principles of physics?

do you know how gravity works?

Validuz 03-07-2011 00:42

Quote:

Originally Posted by Durak (Post 16254022)
i think the real point of full sail is that you don't need any kind of entrance exams, essays or good grades to get in

Actually you do, but if you have a proper high school algebra/calc education, it's not difficult.

Quote:

it's basically a school for lazy idiots who think they are "too smart" for real college. newsflash, any kind of normal successful life (monetary and otherwise) involves years of hard work, brains and a bit of luck. you can't "skip" one of the intermediary steps and expect to get anywhere in life. validuz is a clear-cut example of this

interestingly, most state schools have pretty lax standards for admission and in some cases have programs to subsidize your entire tuition fee if you keep up a decent gpa. like i said you have to be some kind of idiot to go to full sail
All ironic, considering this **** used to brag about how easy Cornell was and that he didn't have to attend classes, just show up for the tests because everything was so dumbed down and easy. He complained about how even the dumbest people were getting A's.

Now that he graduated (on his father's dime of course -- because he never worked a day in his life), the school is suddenly prestigious and honorable. :lol:

Shoddy 03-07-2011 00:46

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Originally Posted by Special---K (Post 16254136)
do you know how gravity works?

Er, don't think anyone does really.

Validuz 03-07-2011 00:47

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Originally Posted by Data (Post 16254002)
Full Sail is a private technical college that hands out degrees in media studies (film, sound design, game design, etc) for roughly 3x the tuition of Harvard. They are nationally accredited, but not regionally accredited like most real universities.

They are located in Winter Park, FL.

Gave development = game programming = C++/C#. Not design. Or at least, not when I attended.

Harvard is $160k vs 50k. Don't know exactly what math you're using, but of course, this is coming from the fat loser who had half-naked anime/pedophile images in his sig that he meticulously placed his name on over 400 of them to show everyone what a basement-dwelling loser he is.

Validuz 03-07-2011 00:51

Quote:

Originally Posted by Special---K (Post 16254136)
wait, what engineer doesn't understand basic principles of physics?

Yes, all engineer fields are the same, they just have different categories for flavor!1

Quote:

do you know how gravity works?
:rofl: Jesus Christ out of all of the things you could've possibly asked.

Do you?

Result of thermodynamics? Gravitons? :shrug:

Let me know when you find out.

(p.s. Also not my field. I'll at least give you that, even though it should be obvious.)

Special---K 03-07-2011 00:53

well..Cornell is prestigious

the point of those schools is that it's difficult to get in because you have to to have demonstrated a pretty high level of academic success and cognitive ability (for a 17-18 year old) to even be considered


from Full Sail's website:
Admissions - Requirements : Full Sail

Prerequisites

Bachelor***8217;s Degrees:
You must have a High School diploma or GED from a recognized and accredited school to begin a degree program at Full Sail. You***8217;ll also need a letter of recommendation. Your admissions representative will provide you with the form for this letter, or it may be downloaded once you have enrolled.

Computer Animation and Game Art program applicants should possess artistic skills. Traditional art classes are recommended prior to entering these programs. A foundation of sketching, sculpting, and painting are important for the animation industry and are essential in developing the 3D artist.

Game Development program applicants must meet specific eligibility requirements by demonstrating a minimum foundation in Algebra II. Advanced math classes such as precalculus and trigonometry are strongly recommended. Introductory programming courses are also recommended.

that's it
no minimum GPA, no SAT, no SAT II, no extracurriculars

ayz 03-07-2011 00:53

Quote:

Originally Posted by Validuz (Post 16254137)
Actually you do, but if you have a proper high school algebra/calc education, it's not difficult.

did you just say high school algebra/calc

you realize those two are not exactly similar levels of mathematical competence

reZolut 03-07-2011 00:53

Quote:

Originally Posted by Validuz (Post 16254129)
Keep backpedaling, children. Far-left and far-right retards alike can group up as you please. Nothing will ever change the fact that you're morons, not even my lack of physics-related education.

Your rage only boosts my ego and reassures me that I'm right.

val explain to me how pointing out that you're full retard means that someone is either far left or far right. political ideology is completely irrelevant


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