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Information upon graduation Major: Classics (Latin 4 years, Greek 2 years) Minors: Linguistics, German (3 years) Formally Trained Languages: Latin, Greek, German, Old English (2 years), Old Norse (1 year) I am currently a sophomore with a 4.0, though my last difficult gen ed class, Inductive Logic, may very well end in a B+, so there is an at least likely possibility my final GPA will be something like 3.9(6?). At the end of this year I will have taken 3 graduate level courses on Germanic Languages, Norse, and Old English. I am studying abroad at ULeeds for my Junior year. I am hoping to do a small scale research project over the summer (dreaming of having it published?) and then begin a separate senior thesis while in Leeds. My problem is that I am a Classics major and am very interested in going to graduate school for them, however my mentor is a Medievalist from Toronto and I feel a passion for the field, specifically in Germanic languages/culture/religion. Linguistics, specifically historical and specifically specifically Indo-European is also a strong interest of mine (paired with IE culture). I am trying to get some feedback on what I will be best suited to do with what I will take from my university, the Honors College at USouthCarolina. Also, what programs would my current/projected stats suggest for me? I really want to go to a top 10 school in whatever field I choose. Thanks.