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April 22, 2009, 20:55

At this point it doesn't even matter if you go to MIT or not. You're already more accomplished than the vast majority of people who were accepted. Higher education is mostly about what you extract from it anyway, not where you go. It sounds like you're already on a great path that can't be altered by any number of rejections from any universities.

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