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We are in the final wait to see which schools my son will be accepted to. He is a strong candidate with good grades, SAT scores, and teacher references, interested in physics and/or nuclear engineering, strongly considering graduate school. At this point we are going to assume acceptance to all of the schools he applied to, even though MIT and Princeton are real long shots. I am looking for any anecdotes, thoughts, or information about any of the following schools that might help with the selection process:
U of Washington (Seattle)
Colorado School of Mines (offered free application and they are close)
U of Minnesota (Minneapolis/St.Paul--I think this was another free application)
U of Michigan
U of Chicago
Case Western Reserve

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