lake04 said:I'm new to this site, so forgive me if my inquiry is misplaced. It looks like everyone replying to this thread is a future NYU student (2008 class). I have an interview this coming week and although the class is probably full I've decided to attend and do my best and see what happens. Do any of you out there know what the current situation is and can you give me any advice about the interview process? Any info. would be greatly appreciated. Thanks
esspressive said:hi all-
im a first year at NYU and i also live in the 26th street Apts (although im moving at the begin. of may) so i can answer and Qs about the dorms or the school. last year i recieved lots of info from SDN and it helped me, so now ill give a bit back.
-26 street Apts are definitely small, but very liveable- they are 5 min from class (you get 1 hour between classes, so come home and eat!)
-about 20 out of the 26 floors here are all dental students you will get to know and hang out and party with many of your classmates here (also helps to study together)
-most rooms are private bedroom/share bath & living space- roommates are assigned based on prefs you select (smoke/ noise level/ neatness factor) but if you know someone you can choose your roommate!
-1st year isnt bad, if you put your time in studying youll do well and still have time to enjoy the city on weekends !!
ANY other Qs hit me up.
So why are you moving out and where are you moving? Also when is a good time to start looking for apartments?hossaiaa said:From what I've read, it seems like these apartments have 2 bedrooms so you don't actually share your bedroom but you do share the living area, kitchen, and bathroom are shared. There are also single occupancy apartments / studios. Perhaps someone who's seen or lived in one can better explain or correct me if I'm wrong.