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Easiest engineering major to get into/ Double majoring

yahoo12yahoo12 Registered User Posts: 106 Junior Member
Hi guys i was wondering at Carnegie Mellon, what is the easiest engineering major to get into (relatively speaking) compared to others? How should I rank my choices? I want to do EE (can I do this?), but I was wondering if I put down Mechanical Engineering and EE as my second option will my chances improve? And whats this "double" engineering thing it has? Do you have to specify on the application? anyways here are my stats:


Unweighted GPA: 3.783
SAT REASONING: 2130
(Math: 760 WR: 710 CR: 660)

SAT SUBJECT:
Biology: 720
Math IIC: 730
Physics: 700

Extra Creds:
Community Service: 220hrs
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Major: Engineering
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