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I'm going to apply to all four, and I'd like opinions on all (mainly smith since I don't know much about it). Financially, Spelman is the least expensive without scholarships than any of the others WITH scholarships (ie $20,000 per year ones).
Has anyone here graduated from any of these schools? How's the location/non-academic life at smith (and the others)?
In case anyone is wondering:
I'm an AA junior, taken all AP/Honors courses, when I graduate I'll have 7 APs under my belt, straight As since freshman year, taking classes at community college as well (computer programming and maybe cognitive science). I want to do the 3+2 dual degree engineering program, I am most certain all of those schools have them. I will major in computer engineering/computer or cognitive science(or psych, etc)
I'm applying EA and RD, not ED.
For EA, you have to let the school know your final decision by may or something right? Along with RD? I hope so. Thanks!!!