Johns Hopkins vs. Barnard vs. Mt Holyoke
I've recently received decisions for all three of these schools saying I was accepted, but I'm having a hard time deciding between them. I'm a senior in nyc currently, and I wish to major in Neuroscience, maybe double-majoring with Middle Eastern Studies or History as well.
My personal preferences would be a school with a good close community, a lot of opportunities for me to do research, and allows me the option to take some creative classes. (I want to take a creative writing course in the near future.) Also, I'm planning to go on the pre-med track, so that should probably be accounted for as well.
I know that Johns Hopkins is the most distinguished of the bunch, but I'm a 21st century scholar at Mount Holyoke, which means I get some much needed aid from them. Barnard is very close to home, and I'm loving the tight knit community there, but I'm worried that Johns Hopkins may have the best resources for research and internships.
Help? Thanks in advance!