Asaf Bartov (ijon) wrote,
Asaf Bartov
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TAU or HUJI?

I will not be attending St. John's College in Maryland, after all.

Instead, I will attend either Tel Aviv University (TAU) or the Hebrew University in Jerusalem, Israel (HUJI). I will double-major in Comparative Literature and Classical Studies.

There are lots of factors, academic and personal, for and against both universities. For instance, I have a high SAT score that I would really like to use when applying. TAU will gladly accept it, and HUJI requires me to appeal to some committee to deign to consider my application with the SAT score instead of the Israeli equivalent, which I have not taken.

Anyhow, here's a little poll where you may express your recommendation for me. I'd especially appreciate actual comments along with the votes.

Poll #22831 Which University Should Ijon Attend?

TAU or HUJI?

Tel Aviv University
3(37.5%)
Hebrew University, Jerusalem, Israel
5(62.5%)
Neither
0(0.0%)
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