Need help narrowing down between these 3

<p>I am interested in Chemical Engineering.</p>

<p>I cant decide between these three to apply to next year, however, Yale I can immediately see coming off the list. </p>

Johns Hopkins

<p>Or should I simply skip these three altogether? Whats your opinion CC?</p>

<p>(If you want Stats, ask.)</p>

<p>Why do you have to decide between these three? Why can't you just apply to all three of them?</p>

<p>If you're asking because of ED, then don't do it. I always feel that if someone has to ask "Which school should I apply to ED?" then they probably shouldn't be applying ED at all.</p>

<p>You want to be a Ch Eng, right? So you should consider the following schools, I think:</p>

Cal Tech
Texas A&M

<p>The three schools you mentioned are basically liberal arts schools, although Hopkins would be good for a BS in Chemistry.</p>

<p>If you want Chemical Engineering, check out the University of Delaware.</p>

<p>Oh to add to MBA Grad's list I present Georgia Tech.</p>

<p>GIT is a great school, but I couldnt and dont want to go far south for school...</p>

<p>nk - A heck of a lot of Ch.E's end up in TX and LA. Besides, there are good reasons to consider southern schools besides future employment opportunities. You owe it to yourself to at least consider them!</p>

<p>To what other schools are you applying?</p>

<p>Out of the three on your list for pure ChemE, I say:</p>


<p>Consider the University of Minnesota - Twin Cities.</p>

<p>NewHope is right, U of Delaware has a highly rated Chem E program on par with Stanford's. It's close to where you are, so visiting is easier. Might be a safety school for you.</p>