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Choosing a school!

uslowbrouslowbro Registered User Posts: 3 New Member
edited November 2012 in Science Majors
I'm a senior in high school. I'm looking to be a physics major. Preferably biophysics with a pre-med track. I live near Philadelphia and I would like to stay in the area. The two schools that I'm looking at right now are the University of the Sciences and the University of Pennsylvania. I met with the staff of USciences and fell in love with the school. It's a small school with a lot of research opportunities. The staff also has a passion for what do. I'm just scared since their physics program is young it might not hold as much weight at the next level of my studies as compared to getting a degree from Penn. What are your thoughts and opinions? And do you have any suggestions for schools with a strong biophysics program in the area same area?
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