Hi, im currently a HS junior and i'm just starting to think about college. i've narrowed my choices of major down to engineering, physics or even math... what schools should i look at? heres my "stats" if it helps... gpa- 3.5/4 act's- english- 30 reading- 28 math- 36 science- 36 as for my courseload im taking ap physics c, ap calc bc, and ap comp sci ab, ap stats and intro to discrete math (or something like that)this year alongside all the other "humanities" stuff that my school requires... i dont have a ton of ec's but i work a good number of hours each week so i guess that should kinda make up for it... at least i would hope so.. financial aid is probably a big factor as my parents both teach and dont make too much dough.. i live in illinois so i'm definitely looking at University of illinois at urbana as ive heard a lot that that their engineering program is very good. not to mention itd be a financial fit. i know a lot of people here are engineers so if you guys dont mind me asking how good is it exactly? and what about their physics and math programs? and what are some other schools with strong engineering/physics programs that would give me financial aid so that we can have something left over for grad school? any help is appreciated.