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Why I Started My Own College

This MIT dropout decided to start a new type of school focused on real life experience.


At 23, Jeremy Rossmann dropped out of MIT and created a school with no grades, no tests, and no traditional homework. This non-traditional school is more competitive than Duke or Dartmouth with an acceptance rate of only 10%. The school is focused on building things as you would in the real world. Students give up formal education to gain real experience. See why these students drop out of prestigious universities.

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