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Research or Boys State?

I'm a junior right now and I got into both Boys State and a selective research opportunity at Washington University STL (WashU). According to collegevine, Boys State is one of the highest valued things to do over the summer, but the dates for the research and Boys State overlap. I plan on going into the med field and my research is related to protein strength and other biology related experiments. I can only go to one as they overlap and I was planning on declining boys state and going to the research, but I don't know anymore. I am also junior so this will be the last summer before applying to college. Can anyone please give me any advice if you have gone to Boys State or know anything else?

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