Is it pronounced Beeta or Beta?

Is it pronounced Beeta or Beta?

Beta is the second letter of the Greek alphabet. The Greeks pronounce it as beeta (in Greek it sounds like veeta) and so the Brit pronounciation is more correct.

How do English people say Beta?

Beta, is no excpetion, other than its pronounciation by tthe french. The British say bee-tah, and may add smug comments about their way being correct (there is currently an example of this elsewhere on this question).

Why is Alpha Phi pronounced differently?

Following the correct Greek pronunciation, “Phi” is actually pronounced, “Fee.” It’s been claimed that the women’s fraternity adopted this rather than the anglicized “fie” because it sounded “more feminine.” Nothing screams sisterhood like making your title sound more fee-male.

What does beta mean in English?

(Entry 1 of 2) 1 : the 2nd letter of the Greek alphabet — see Alphabet Table. 2 : beta particle. 3 : a measure of the risk potential of a stock or an investment portfolio expressed as a ratio of the stock’s or portfolio’s volatility to the volatility of the market as a whole.

What’s the hardest sorority to get into?

Delta Zeta

Do sororities look at your Instagram?

Sororities DO look at your social media accounts prior to recruitment to gain a little more insight into your personality and to make sure that what you are posting aligns with their values. However, it’s NOT about how many followers you have or your popularity online.

Do sororities judge on looks?

Yes, there are some sororities out there that seem to fill their sorority based on superficial looks. Yes, even for sororities who don’t base their recruitment on looks, you want to look presentable. You should look like you are trying at least a little during recruitment.

How do sororities choose you?

Mutual selection starts with the Panhellenic Council looking at your rankings and the score the sororities gave each potential new member. Then based on these lists, they optimize the best schedule for you! These options help to find the sorority that is the right fit for you!

Do you have to be rich to be in a sorority?

You have to be rich: I won’t lie to you. Almost all hold part time jobs or internships. Many pay for their dues. Some pay for other bills such as car insurance, renter’s insurance (if living off campus), for their gas, cell phone bill, etc. Dues can seem expensive but they’re worth it.

How do you stand out during philanthropy round?


  1. Look over your list before you go into the round. Want to learn about how to create your list?
  2. Act like you are talking to your best friends.
  3. Make connections.
  4. Ask at least one question at every sorority.
  5. Stay open-minded about each sorority.
  6. Show off your personal style.