Originally Posted by Heat3000
Seeing the $65 application fee for Rutgers and realizing I'm applying to ten schools in total.
momo dreams of the day when applications were ONLY $65 dollars, standardized tests DIDN'T cost in the FOUR digit range, and I could just sit at home and wait for acceptance letters instead of having to drive or FLY out for interviews.
Good luck. But remember, if you're going to get a graduate degree, your undergraduate school doesn't really matter. It's all the same to a graduate school; it's what you DO that matters. A bachelor's from Harvard or a bachelor's from University of Wyoming makes no difference to anyone if your job requires a graduate degree because that's all they'll look at. And graduate programs don't care too (trust me, I've seen people from Ivy Leagues in the same graduate classes as people from colleges you didn't know existed). So don't get too stressed out looking for undergrad. And if you have absolutely no idea what you want to do, go to a large state school. You don't want to find out you want to do neurobiology when you're stuck in a little liberal arts college.