Hi There, I am getting close to the end of my undergraduate life and am looking on to bigger and better things. Specifically, I want to attend graduate school but the program is not specified as of yet: physical chemistry, computational science, or engineering. It's all in the air at this moment, I'm spending my remaining year really trying to finalize my path. I just wanted some advice from those who have gone through the process, or those who administer the process. I've listed a brief description of my background but not in it's entirety. I live in the Chicago area, and am looking to attend Northwestern, UofC, or something in New York. Undergrad: University of Illinois Chicago BS Mathematics (core courses in typical math curriculum followed by courses in applied: complex, probability, stat. theory, DE, PDE) BA Chemistry (typical curriculum) Minor Economics GPA 3.59 Honor's College student. Research for one year with chemistry: certain proteins and their CD spectrum analysis. Research for one semester in mathematics: symmetry studies and it's application to science. Research (upcoming): environmental/green chemistry with modeling data. I'll have the recommendation letters I need. Taking the GRE next fall: subject in chemistry and possibly mathematics. I also have a huge interest in random things, and bizarre pieces of information. I would definitely like to conduct new studies and pave the way into a new era. What do you think? Thanks!