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so my two dream schools are mit and princeton; however, i would prefer to apply to only one. i'm almost certain i will end up majoring in philosophy, but classics (latin) is a close second (or a double major with ancient and medieval studies for mit), and i intend to be pre med unless i'm weeded out. i'm leaning towards princeton right now, but only because i happen to know that the philosophy department is highly regarded. i'm also interested in italian/dante. but i guess i could cross register at harvard for language courses if i went to mit? can anyone here at CC please help me make a decision (especially people who have similar aspirations/are doing similar things at mit or princeton)? the only thing i know right now is that i want to to be in a place where science majors understand the importance of the humanities and humanities majors understand the importance of the sciences. i'm not being much help explaining what i need to know, but any comments about your personal experiences or those of people you know would be greatly appreciated! thank you!