Northwestern or MMI?

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  1. Roman

    Roman Member

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    I'm having a tough time deciding between the two for Falcon Foundation. I'm already fully accepted into MMI's SAP program and I have an AFROTC scholarship so it would be free to go there (except I converted my scholarship to 3 year, so I it might not apply or I'll have to change some stuff, not a big deal though). Northwestern seems to be regarded very well though.

    If I went to Northwestern would I have to go to college for 2nd semester?

    Has anyone else come to a decision between the two?

    Thanks.
     
  2. hornetguy

    hornetguy USAFA Cadet

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    The kids here in my class that did NW only went for the one semester and didn't do class the second. My roomie went to MMI and liked it there. I think you'll be ok with either.
     
  3. Roman

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    All of them? NW claims that it is "mandatory." Thanks.
     
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    hornetguy USAFA Cadet

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    Maybe it changed, I know they were excited to only have one semester.
     
  5. Roman

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    Using archive.org, I found that they were saying the same thing in 2003, so I don't think it has changed. Thanks.

    EDIT: I called them and it apparently is a requirement. I think I've made up my mind to go to Northwestern.
     
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  6. Bairdlax

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    dude go to NW. Its highly regarded so doing well there will help tremendously with you getting into the Academy next year.
     

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