Hello, you may remember me, or not. But whatever. I am interested in maths and science, mainly physics. I'm going to graduate high school this year. Perhaps I will do physics or engineering. I already applied for UC. I want to ask, what universities or colleges in the USA do you recommend me? Just give me some good options, and I will take a look at them. I'm lost. Thanks.
I don't know RIT or WUSTL, but the rest are very reputable colleges. I believe Penn State has a better physics program than UPenn. You might want to also consider Georgia Institute of Technology, University of Chicago, SUNY, NYU and Carnegie Mellon. There are tons of great colleges for physics. Why don't you first figure out the type of living situation you would prefer, ie, rural, urban, warm climate, variable climate, etc.
Thanks. It's just that I'm applying for USA because the top colleges are in the USA. And when you get to work thats the big difference. People prefer people from Harvard rather than from some university that they haven't even heard of. It may be above average, but they just have not heard of it. Do you understand what I mean?
As long as it's not too extreme climate, and has a nice community, and is reputable, then it's okay.
No. I know I'm not supposed to be here. But I'm really messed up already over here. I just want some advice. I see this is an american website and there's many adult users here, so I try to ask for opinions here.
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