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It would help if you gave us the version of Fedora you were using.

I'm using Fedora 19, and after installing gnome-classic-session, I logged into gnome-classic mode via the GDM and the next time, it was selected by default. I even tried to reboot my system, and the automatic login logged me into the Gnome classic session.

FYI: It seems that the Gnome team understand that can't force their powerusers to change their habits in the name of their UI overhaul. As of Gnome Shell 3.8, Gnome Classic Mode is basically a collection of extensions that give you the Gnome 2 look and feel. You can pick and chose what extensions to enable via gnome-tweak-tools or https://extensions.gnome.org/