A lot depends on what your parents can pay. Nine of your schools say they meet full need and six (five publics and Rochester) don't. If you can pay $70K a year, all of the schools are at least possib… (View Post)
Agree with all of the above. I would add one thing to keep in the back of your mind for when you are looking up schools or posting here to ask about them a year from now. It is easy to only think of … (View Post)
We are in northern VA, and two years ago my D applied to the three top VA state schools and NYU (among others). So I'm familiar with this situation.
As has been mentioned, without financial aid, f… (View Post)
As you don't want to apply EA to any private school, or ED anywhere, it really comes down only to possible advantage of SCEA with 32 composite (and 29 and 32 math) vs. possible advantage of maybe hav… (View Post)
Because Lafayette accepts about 30% of applicants and Tufts accepts about 15%. As you have pretty high stats and solid ECs, your odds of acceptance are higher than that. But probably not higher to th… (View Post)