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I wanted to join the California Institute of Technology and pursue my bachelor's from there. After doing thorough research I liked the academics, the campus and the professors at CalTech so I decided to apply and submitted a common application and paid a $75 application fee.
The course is structured with a goal of making us understand the physical process that rules the universe, the origin and evolution, the methodology of physics, etc. It concentrates on the concept of astronomy today.
I always wanted to study from the California Institute of Technology. Due to its high-end facilities that include the Jet Propulsion Laboratory (managed for NASA), the Caltech Seismological Laboratory, and the International Observatory Network. It has a strong and published alumni network, various inventors were the university's students, and most importantly the former visitors including Albert Einstein and Stephen Hawking were connected with the university
Modern statistical, econometric methods, game theory, social choice, and many other topics are included in the curriculum. These topics will provide me a unique perspective and background of the course. This rigorous training will also provide me the foundation and skills needed to conduct independent research.