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UC Berkeley vs. Cornell as a sophomore

clubsodaloverclubsodalover Registered User Posts: 4 New Member
Hi everyone!

I posted in here a while ago, and two people gave me some great advice. However, I still need help. I am a freshman at UC Berkeley, and I have the option to transfer to Cornell's College of Human Ecology as a sophomore. I am a nutritional science major in both universities. Honestly, what do you guys think? I'm happy at Berkeley, but that's it. It's a great, great school, and the people there are awesome. Somehow, though, I feel like the nutrition program at Cornell is more beneficial and opens up more possibilities for my future. I have been going on and on with this decision in my head, and I just cannot choose one over the other. It's driving me mad, and I just want to finally choose one!

By the way when I applied to colleges as a high school senior, I got the transfer option from the College of Human Ecology in Cornell (it's like a conditional transfer), so when I went to Berkeley, I knew that I still had the option to transfer to Cornell as a sophomore.

What do you guys think?

Thanks!
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