Could you please help me decide between these 2 options? I currently attend a 2-year college, and I didn't get into some of the colleges I applied to and wasn't considered eligible for some other colleges. Here are my options:
1. Stay at my 2-year college for one more quarter. Apply to the University of Washington and have around 105 credits (which is all of my credits) transfer over, and apply to Georgia Tech, University of Michigan, and maybe UC San Diego.
2. Stay for fall, winter, and spring quarter. Apply to the following schools with the following reasons for the year-long stay:
- UCLA: They didn't take some of my credits before, so they didn't even look at my application for fall 2010. The admissions lady said that i could have gotten in had I had 90 UC-transferable credits. Only open for fall.
-UC Berkeley: My core English classes didn't meet UCB's, and an admissions lady said that she could help me with that if I apply for fall 2010. Only open for fall.
-McGill: Only college so far that requires physics for my math major, and I could start and finish the series next year. It's in an exciting city, it's in a different country, it's cheaper, and it will give me a culture shock away from home.
-University of North Carolina: Only open for fall.
-Find more to apply to.
-I'll still apply to UW, Georgia Tech, UMich, and UC San Diego, though.
I will decide between either #1 and #2 because I will only start the physics series if I pick #2. Depending on where I end up, I graduate a year later if I choose #2.
Thanks for your help.