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    I wanted to apply to MIT but they do not have a biomedical engineering major so... I'm staying in town, for now, won't leave until my master's. I'm going to what many people consider the best university in all of mexico, and is almost certainly one of the top 3. I'm even kind of excited about it... I got 1508 on the SAT's (they're a bit different from the ones on the states where you can only get scores that are multiples of ten; also because here they're gradede over 1600), so it turns out I'm way over the 99th percentile, and then I just have to get interviewed by the head of department and by 2 psychologists... I have to submit a couple letters, too... and not let my school report card average drop below 80... it's currently at 88.8 which they count as 88, not 89... so I'm going to have to do better this semester so I can get in. Then I have to get good grades in my subjects so I can get credit. =)
    Biomedical engineering. and the program's great, I look at it and get excited.
    Besides, I am going to study japanese at Uni. Yay! (and german outside of uni =P)
    then I'll do a master's to specialize, but since I dunno exactly what will I specialize in, I dunno where will I study that one.
 
 
 

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