Emory Scholars or Washington U.?


<p>Just a few days from the May first deadline, I'm facing two options: Emory Scholars with a 2/3's paid tuition and Washington U. with no financial assistance. Any thoughts?</p>



<p>do you think there is any reason to go to Emory if money is not a concern?</p>

<p>does being in the Scholars program put you ahead of other grad. school applicants in any way?</p>

<p>show me the money -- Emory, a no-brainer.</p>

<p>Emory is arguably as good or too close. I know plenty who would choose it over WashU without financial assistance. No brainer here.</p>

<p>Emory, done.</p>

<p>I just visited Wash U and was very impressed by them, to be honest. And it seems they have such a huge acceptance rate into Med schools...I know that without the schoolarship at Emory ,I would't hesitate to go to Wash U.</p>

<p>Yeah, but Emory does very well also. Sure WUSTL might be a little advantage, but not much if any. One good rec from a professor could delete this advantage. Also, the quality of life is very similar at both. With all these things to think about, I really would go Emory.</p>

<p>Since money's a concern, Emory. BTW, both schools have fine & well-respected med schools. The student bodies at both schools have many similarities so it may come down to St. Louis vs. Atlanta. But, IMHO, Emory.</p>

<p>Money is not a concern. I value the scholarship for what it means, not necessarily for the money ...I just want to get into the best program I can</p>

<p>I would pick Emory over Wash U even without the scholarship. Use that money for med school.</p>

<p>emory based upon the money.</p>