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2 years ago
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Thoughts on my school list

Hi! I was hoping to get some people's thoughts on the schools i'm interested in! Just some overall thoughts about the environment, people, education, and anything else you can think of...

Boston College

Florida Institute of Technology

Florida State University

New York University

Quinnipiac University

SUNY Binghamton

University of Scranton

University of Maryland

University of Michigan

University of New Haven

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

University of Notre Dame

University of Rhode Island

University of Tampa

University of Virginia

University of Wisconsin- Madison

Villanova University

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2 years ago

Your list looks great! However, you might want to narrow it down a bit, because those are rather a lot of colleges to apply to. Try to sort it into these categories:

- 3 or 4 safety colleges

- 4 or 5 target colleges

- 2 or 3 reach colleges

To help narrow it down, consider these criteria: location, cost, desired majors, school size, desired prestige, and environment. What do you want from the college experience? Eliminate the colleges that don't fit your preferences.

Good luck!

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2 years ago

It looks really good! I've heard that it's recommended to apply to max 15 colleges because application fees can get pretty expensive so I would maybe keep that in mind tho

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2 years ago

You should add at least 3 prestigious universities in your shortlist.

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