However, my interests are not confined solely to the sciences.
I enjoy courses from all areas of curriculum, particularly unorthodox and thought-provoking ones.
Living in Washington, I would feel the pulse of our world today.
The United States is the world's dominant power and every issue of great global importance is brought to the country's capital.
At Georgetown, I am present with the opportunity to take any classes I want and to be taught by some of the most learned and dynamic professors in the world.
I was once told that in college, I "will take classes in subjects I had never thought or heard of, " and I am very excited to do this.
Physics and mathematics are the same, regardless of where they are taught.
Knowledge, however, is only a small piece of the puzzle that is college, and it is in the rest of that puzzle that colleges differ.
This makes Hopkins, with its great sport traditions and a multitude of clubs and organizations, a great choice.
Further, while in college I intend to explore new activities.