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A bit about me: I graudated from a state school in Texas with an accounting degree, and late into junior year I realized that accounting is not a good fit for me, so I applied to a bunch of MSF programs. WashU has graciously accepted me, but I'm wondering, how can I make the most out of this program? My goals are S&T but I'm open to any quant based careers. I know for a fact that my #1 weakness is a lack of coding knowledge, which will bite me in the ass when it comes to trading, so I'm going to put a majority of my focus on that. However, what are some of the small things that I can do to extract the maximum value out of my tuition?
 
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