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UCLA v WashU v Berkeley

CoffeE124CoffeE124 Registered User Posts: 5 New Member
Hi everyone! As an econ major (possibly adding poli sci major), which school would be a better choice for undergrad? I am pretty sure that I'll go to grad school (law/business, haven't decided yet), so money is a factor. WashU is giving me some aid, but not enough to make it equal to the UCs even with none from them (around a 10k difference). However, it isn't nonnegotiable. For Berkeley I got in as a January admit if that makes any difference at all. I'm leaning towards WashU right now simply because of the comfortable atmosphere and great dorms and food, but I know that Berkeley's Haas school is stellar and LA's business econ is also good, so I don't want to restrict my choices.

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