<p>I've applied to 8 schools, though I'm mostly interested in my 4 DC schools (Georgetown, GW, American, UMD) because that's my dream location. Because of this, I'm thinking about spending much of my February vacation looking at these schools again to get a better sense of them. I'm just a little conflicted on it so I'd love some advice:</p>
<p>On one hand, I live in MA and can only fly down to DC a limited amount of times, so I'm wondering if it would be a better idea to wait for the accepted students days at these schools (already got into Georgetown and UMD, and I'm going to Georgetown's weekend in March either way, but this visit would allow me to visit classes there) because those might give me a better sense of the incoming class that I would be a part of.</p>
<p>On the other hand, the accepted students days would require multiple visits since they're not all within the same few days, and going would require me to miss a lot of school in April. I also think this could be the best time for me to visit because I can see and compare all my colleges without missing any school. It could also give me more time in April to potentially visit the colleges outside of DC if I'm still considering them at that point.</p>
<p>I can provide any other information if you need it, but I'd love some advice on whether I should take the February trip or whether it's a better idea for me to wait.
Thanks for sharing any opinions you have! :)</p>