I haven't heard back from any of my schools even though they were complete over a week ago. I see some of you got into Northwestern and UCLA. Has anyone heard from BC, BU, Duke, Cornell or Michigan?
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I am just curious at what you guys think. I should finish up this year just inside the top 10% at UConn. I am wondering what schools I have a shot of getting into. I am not sure I want to work in CT, looking more at Boston, or NY, or maybe even Chicago. I was thinking of sending spps out to BC, BU, Georgetown, Northwestern, Cornell, Michigan, Duke, and Notre Dame. Do I have a realistic opportunity at any of these or any other top 20 schools I didn't mention, or am I just wasting my money. Thanks.
New to this site. I am about to finish up my second year part-time at UConn. I finished last year at about 17%in the part time division, and my grades improved this year so I am thinking I'll be around top 10-15%, maybe even higher after this year. Should I consider transferring? I'm not sure I want to work in CT and that would probably be my only option graduating from here. I am pretty much open to any region except the South. Do you think I would have a shot at any of the top 25 schools? I was thinking BC, BU, Chicago, NW, USC, UCLA, Notre Dame, GW just to name a few. All of these schools take part time transfers, but I would have to finish 2 years full time at these schools. What do you think? I plan on sending applications out to keep my options open, but I don't want to spend $1,000 on transfer applications if it is not worth it. What schools do you think are the best to look into. Oh ya, I spoke with someone at GU and I guess they do not take transfers after 2 years of part time school.