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The Sciences

School Decision Time

Cosmic VarianceBy Sean CarrollApril 5, 2010 8:40 PM

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The day is approaching fast when grad-students-to-be need to be making decisions about where to choose. Probably undergrads, too, although I confess that I have no real idea what the calendar for that looks like. So, good luck with all that decision-making! Here are links to our previous posts about the topic.

Not too much to add to the discussion there, but here's an opportunity to chat about the process. My own strong feeling is that how successful you are in school (grad or undergrad) is much more up to you than up to the institution. Most places have more good opportunities than anyone can hope to take advantage of in a limited period of time. Take the initiative, don't wait for good things to come to you, and have fun!

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