I Regret NOT Applying to...

<p>McGill... becuase i thought it was weird to apply to a school in Canada.. anyone else regret not applying somewhere?</p>

<p>I regret not applying to Harvard, Yale, and Stanford, because hot-dog, their new financial aid policies practically caused my family to start salivating.</p>

<p>I regret not applying to brown so much that I might apply next year if I don't get into any other ones... -_-; hopefully that won't happen.
oh and actually, I live in Canada, and McGill is a great school!</p>

<p>The UC's...all of my schools are on the east coast, and in retrospect, a scenery change would be nice.</p>

<p>Tufts and Barnard.</p>

<p>Tufts probably would have been a great fit for me, but I didn't look into it properly. I was turned off by the idea of attending an all-women's college, and I didn't realize how integrated Barnard and Columbia really are. Columbia's my dream school, and if I don't get in (which is highly probable), I wish I could have another way to experience that Columbia atmosphere.</p>

<p>Also, Syracuse probably would've been a much better safety for me than Marist, but oh well.</p>

<p>Syracuse (Newhouse) and Columbia. Columbia is one of my dream schools and I want to go there for graduate school for journalism, but I still regret not applying there for undergrad.</p>

<p>I regret not applying to Caltech.</p>

<p>UPenn, Brown, and Yale.</p>

<p>Columbia, I didn't b/c I hated New York, but that was before I found out it was actually highly ranked</p>

<p>emory and UCs.</p>

<p>Tufts. I couldn't find the time to write a new required essay AND an "optional" (by which Tufts means "optional if you discovered the cure for cancer") essay. If there was either one I probably could have made the time, but between my schoolwork and other apps, I decided to put my focus on other schools. It's too bad, because Tufts is a really nice school...</p>

<p>I regret not applying to Heaven, =\ God might have waitlisted me.</p>

<p>I regret not applying to the Ivies because I thought they were stuck up, mainly Princeton, Yale (where my cousin goes), Brown, and Cornell, as well as UC Berkeley and UM Ann Arbor</p>

<p>the UM, UMD, and UW. </p>

<p>University of Maryland- i was visiting my sister at GMU and realized how awesome the DC area is and how good it is for job opps. I didnt apply to any school near cities, which i totally regret (except for george mason- but that was my safety so im prob not going there). My reason for not applying was because of the crime (i know its dumb- i was looking for any reason to weed out schools and shorten my list)</p>

<p>University of Michigan: Ann Arbor- didnt apply because i heard they didnt give much aid OOS, but who knows. Regret not applying because they have 1 of the best meteorology programs in the country</p>

<p>University of Wisconsin: Madison- kind of like UM. I love that its in a medium sized city. I didnt apply because Wisconsin is pretty ffar and i dont like the cold. Also have one of the best meteo. programs in the country</p>


<p>Barnard, NYU, UCSC, and UCSB. =\ They could've been my safeties/matchschools.</p>

<p>Yale, Princeton, UPenn, and Georgetown</p>

<p>Stanford! :(</p>

<p>Brown, Yale.</p>

<p>Vassar, GWU, and Georgetown. Vassar's so pretty and the other two have such IR programs...</p>

<p>More selective schools in general for me. I feel like in some cases I set lower standards for myself and later got accepted everywhere except my very strong reaches. Even some regular "reach" schools later offered me scholarships. I also wish I applied to more affordable out of state schools. All but one of the schools I applied to are in Florida, and now that I got accepted to Illinois Champaign, the OOS one, I am starting to feel the change would be nice but it's just too expensive!</p>