'm really thankful to have been accepted into all of these amazing schools! I'm currently interested in studying economics; I would be majoring in Econ/Math at Yale and ORFE at Princeton. My end goal is to hopefully work in buy-side, and I'm wondering if any of these schools will restrict my opportunities in the future.
*Socially, I really did not vibe with the people and the culture at Wharton. I hated how prominent a role frats played on campus. Princeton was much better, but I still didn't like the eating club system as it created a divide between upperclassmen and underclassmen and only seems to distance friend groups.
*My visit to Yale was amazing, and I really liked talking to all the Yale students and exploring its campus. I'm worried about the strength of its job placement compared to Princeton and Wharton. Firms like Silver Lake that I would want to work for only recruit from Wharton, and I'm worried that I'll have to work much harder at Yale to have a chance of getting the same opportunities.
*Princeton's course rigor scares me, I have a couple of friends who are studying 24/7 and barely scraping along in ORFE there.
*I'm not 100% set on finance, but I can't imagine myself pursuing any other career (if that makes sense)
*Extracurricular Interests: I'd want to pursue entrepreneurship and startups, consulting groups, other finance-related EC's.
Thank you for all your help! I really appreciate it.