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  1. Sep 5, 2003 #1
    Sorry to bother you guys with a kind of personalized question, but this would help me out a LOT!
    I'm a h.s. senior (with good SAT and grades and extracurriculars) thats looking into majoring in physics for undergrad. I'm currently looking at Princeton, Yale, COrnell, Carnegie Mellon, and UF (as a fallback). I know that princeton is realy good in physics, same for cornell. However, I can't find any listings for Yale or CMU. The only one I can find is an old gourman report (which is no longer in print and whose statistics are questionable). Since USNews&world report doesnt rank undergrad physics, I was wondering if you knew anything about the quality of this major at these universities.
    Thanks :]
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