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what ever, this just goes to show you that ppl that are taking out massive loans to attend more "elite" schools are just wasting their money in my opinion. Let's say...you apply for financial aid and get accepted to cornell, penn, brown, and dartmouth. If you get 20,000 in grants a year from cornell and ony 10,000 from penn, brown, and dartmouth, don't u think its kinda dumb to go to penn, brown, or dartmouth, when you would be getting much more from cornell. These schools happen to be comparable, but i was just trying to make a point.