Which Grad School is right?

<p>Hi, first post here, and I just had a few questions, I would appreciate the help</p>

<p>I am a Junior at Binghamton after transferring from Norwich University after my first year and I am majoring in physics. I am interested in particle, astro, quantum and medical physics. My grades are as follows:</p>

<p>1st Year: 3.83
2nd Year: 3.68
3rd year, 1st Semester: 3.76</p>

<p>I have many Leadership credentials and ECs, and a 30 on the ACT</p>

<p>What do you guys think? I'm not sure what I should be doing to prepare or what grad schools look for, i could use some advice. I was also wondering, if my grades are enough information, i could use some advice on where I should go</p>

<p>Graduate school develops your ability to conduct focused, intense research. For the sciences, that means you should be looking for as many opportunities to conduct undergraduate research as you can.</p>

<p>Build relationships with professors and demonstrate your ability to understand experiments and assist in research labs. Those letters of recommendation will help you a lot.</p>