For anyone who does know....
What caliber of undergraduate/graduate programs do the majority of students who go to NYU come from? How do students at NYU interact among each other? As there seems to be a big disparity in the ages of the NYU MS students, is there a bias from older students toward younger students and vice versa? I am personally concerned about this as I have just graduated from University of Michigan several weeks ago. At 21, graduating from Michigan with a degree in Political Science, I have little real estate experience and only a liberal arts education. I am concerned about how this will affect me in graduate school. I did relatively well in school and on the GMAT (3.5 GPA/ 660 GMAT); however, the only actual RE experience that I have has been the few internships that I have had over the summer, which truthfully did not teach me a great deal. Should my lack of real estate experience and lack of a business school education affect me or will I just have to put in extra work to compensate? Are there many students in my position?
Sorry but even more questions...I have heard that the real estate library at NYU is great but that it is not terribly accessible, is this true? Further, how are the other resources that NYU offers such as career services, labs, academic advisors, availability of professors, etc. Do people use the library to study or is most of the work done elsewhere? I thank everyone in advance for any help offered and again, thanks to BDH for being especially helpful to those interested in NYU