I was rather fortunate to have been admitted to five fantastic schools: Johns Hopkins Engineering, UPenn Engineering, Carnegie Mellon (Engineering School), Cooper Union, and Princeton. As the title of this thread states, I am likely going to do Electrical/Mechanical/Software Engineering or Computer Science at these schools.
At this point, I am pretty much set on Princeton, but I wanted to know if there are any arguments that might convince me (and my parents) to reconsider.
To explain my choice of Princeton:
Of my five choices, Princeton is the second closest geographically, is first in overall education, and offers an intrinsic +10 bonus to first impressions with its name. Though it ranks third on my list in terms of pure E/CS curriculum, I feel its advantages give it leverage over Cooper and Carnegie.
So, is there anything wrong with my thought process/decision that could make me reevaluate my choices?