I have a guaranteed transfer to Cornell and right now Im attending Binghamton, but I dont know what to do. I dont want to transfer and see that I cant compete with the rest of the student body and ruin my chances at getting into dental school. Ive already completed my intro bio courses, intro chemistry and the organic chemistry courses, so I only need to be concerned about Physics, biochem, and perhaps a few upper level bios. I would go into the college of human ecology most likely so I understand that apart from the classes that are required and recommended for dental school I would be taking mostly social science classes, which is a plus since I seem to do better in my non science classes. Right now Im a sophomore and I would transfer to Cornell for sophomore spring semester. I would have 5 semesters at Cornell (if I went) and 3 semesters at Bing. I wanted to transfer just because I loved the atmosphere I felt when I visited Cornell and how driven so many people were I felt that it would encourage me to step up my game constantly. I loved the campus and it seemed like they offered a lot of opportunities many schools dont but I do like Binghamton. Also, cost wise the difference is about 6,000 dollars a year compared to what Im paying at Bing and my parents basically said to figure out what I wanted to do and if going to Cornell is my best bet then theyll pay the extra money. If anyone would like to try and give me more insight that would be great, I just want to know what would benefit me more when applying to dental schools. Tuition doesnt matter to me at this point I just want to make the most advantageous move.