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Hey everyone. I'm new around here and I have a question for you all if you can help me.
I was accepted into Michigan Tech a while ago and I always figured that is where I would be doing my undergrad studies. However, about a week ago I finally got my decisions back from MIT and U of M (Ann Arbor). I got rejected from MIT of course, as I figured I would, but to my surprise I was accepted by U of M. So I know have to choose between the two schools and I'm not totally sure anymore. Michigan Tech seems like it would have a better program from me (I am double majoring in Computer Engineering and Mathematics) but U of M has a better reputation and probably better connections. So, what do you guys think? I'd appreciate an outside view on this matter.
Oh, and on a different note, I was wondering if I should apply to anymore schools now. I was planning on applying to Ferris State as a "safety" school and possibly to Michigan State, but since I already have two great schools that want me I was wondering if there is any point in applying to more schools during Regular Action. If anyone has a view on this I would like to hear it too.