I can help with recommendations for high school students interested in math / science oriented fields at the highly-selective universities.
I have been interviewing high school students for MIT for 29 years, and keep on top of what other competitive universities are doing. My website http://www.suekayton.com/college.htm provides a lot of information - read this first before asking a question, please.
I graduated MIT and so did my son.
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I don't know which universities you are considering. But make sure you go to a university that offers an accredited program in Aero/Astro, Aero, or Astro Engineering. The University of Chicago is
Community college has MANY advantages. Closer to home, much cheaper, usually smaller classes, usually better counseling. But it has a disadvantage - they don't offer upper-division classes, and you will
Every school is different. Contact your local universities and/or community colleges. You can meet with an advisor who can review your transcript and tell you what classes you are missing. You would
You have excellent grades and scores, and most colleges would be delighted to have you as a student. However, there are THOUSANDS of other excellent students who are applying to these colleges with similar
Take lots of math and science classes. Do hands-on work like repairing cars and bicycles, and take apart machinery to see how it works. I am not familiar with colleges in UAE, so I cannot make any