COLLEGE DECISION 2018! Are We Going to the SAME School?!?

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(upbeat music) – And this is where the decision
got extremely difficult. I chose my final school. – Hey guys, it’s Brooklyn and Bailey. And before we go on to the video
we have some exciting news. So, once again we ordered
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purple one’s my favorite. Or maybe all of them are my
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are amazing, we love them. – Woo-hoo, scrunchies for life. – So, now let’s get on to the video. So, today’s video we are
announcing which college we are officially going to next year. – OMG.
– And hopefully for the full four years of college. – OMG guys, I know this has
been highly anticipated. Like every comment, every video– – We’ve been anticipating it– – has been asking this question. – ‘Cause we had to make a decision. And we’ve been asking ourselves
this question for how long? – Like a year.
– Like a year. Like the past year. – And the decision has finally been made. – So, let’s find out what it is. Okay, before we start with anything I’m just gonna brief y’all. So Bailey and I both applied
to the same six schools. And we got into the same five schools. So, we’re each separately
one at a time going to go through and kind of
list off which schools we knocked out of our decisions one by one until we’re down to the last two. And then we’ll explain
which one we chose and why. So, I’m gonna go first. So, obviously the first school
I knocked off of my list was the one school I didn’t get into and that was Stanford University. So, they have a less
than 4% acceptance rate and I think this year they
had the most applicants they’ve ever had apply. – [Bailey] Yeah. – And it just was crazy. We didn’t get in, I don’t know anybody in our school that got in. It was just a really, really
intense application process. And I was really sad about it ’cause I wanted to go to Stanford. But obviously it’s not the place for me. So, this one is off my list. This is not the school I’m going to. – And of course, obviously
the same goes for me because apparently
Stanford has a twin rule where if one gets in the other gets in. And if one doesn’t get in
the other one doesn’t get in. So, I also did not get into Stanford. And the same goes, it’s
only 4% acceptance rate so I don’t know anyone who did get in. It was really hard this year. – It was really hard. – So, this is my very first
one that I knocked off my list. So, I guess it’s not meant to be. – Alright, so the second college I knocked off my list was UT. And this wasn’t really for any
negative, particular reason. I just went to the campus, I actually really wanted to
go to UT for a little while because their business
school is so amazing. But I went to the campus and
it just didn’t feel right. Like I just didn’t, I went and I came home and I was like that’s
not the college for me. And I wish it was ’cause
they have such a good business program but so do a
lot of these other schools. So, UT is the second one
I knocked off my list. – And following Brooklyn,
the same goes for me. UT was my second that
I knocked off my list. And the kinda same idea goes, I went to the campus, I was really ready to be excited about it. I know a lot of people really love UT, so kudos to you guys who love UT. – Yeah. – They have an amazing business school. – They’re a great school. – But I just you know got to the campus and you know how people say
like you know, you know, it’s like the right
college when you get there. – It just sits with you. – It’s kind of like a wedding dress when everyone just says oh
you just cried when you get– I mean not the same
thing but kinda similar. Same goes for UT, I got to the campus and
it wasn’t feeling right. So, I immediately knocked
that one off the list. So, UT is not meant to be. – My third school that
I knocked off my list was Harding University. Now I actually really, really, really liked Harding when I went. And I loved the people there, and the application
process was super easy, and I had a potential
full ride there as well. So, it was a pretty perfectly
set up for me to go. I just wanted to go to a bigger school and Harding is a smaller school. And so, between all my other choices I knocked this one off my list
for that particular reason. – The next one I knocked off my list, which is a little bit different
than Brooklyn, was BYU. So, the reason why I
knocked this one off my list and I mean there’s not
really a particular reason but it was kind of similar to Brooklyn’s where it was like kind of
really far away from home, and I want to be closer to home and the rest of the schools were closer. And plus also, like Harding
was really easy to work with and a bunch of other people
were really easy to work with but we had no communication
with people at BYU. I love BYU, it’s an amazing college, but it just wasn’t meant to be. – Alright well, my next
college that I knocked off, which is a little different
than Bailey again, was BYU. And this was just because
we’ve lived in Utah for most of our life and I think I wanted to go to school somewhere
different than where I’ve lived. And BYU was very much the same
as what I’ve always known. And I kinda wanted to do
something more unique. And I really love Texas so I was kinda drawn more
to the Texas schools. And so, for that reason I
wanted to be closer to home. So, my last couple of options
fit better than BYU did. So, I knocked BYU off the list. – The next one that I
eliminated was Harding. Now, I actually really loved this school, the campus was beautiful, and the people were so nice
when I went there and visited. They were super easy to work with, they offered some scholarships
that were really tempting. So all of it looked like
really, really tempting. The only thing that pushed me away was that it was a really small college compared to the other
ones I was applying to. And so, unfortunately that was
why this one got knocked off. But Harding, altogether is
a really amazing school. Okay, so we have obviously a huge favorite out of these three colleges. So, we have to say it’s time for us to tell you guys we’re wizards
and we’re going to Hogwarts. (scratching) We’re wizards and we’re going to Hogwarts. – We’ve been sorted into Hufflepuff. – Finally, I just couldn’t
wait to drink the butterbeer and play quidditch, and oh my goodness. – We’ve already tried out for
the team, we’re ready to go. Just kidding. – Okay, obviously it’s not
Hogwarts, unfortunately. – I wish.
– I wish. – If Hogwarts was a real
school I would be there– – That would be amazing. – In a heartbeat. – To all of you Harry Potter
lovers, that’s for you. – And to all of my fellow
Hufflepuff House people out there we love you, we’re with you. – You’re in our hearts. So clearly, not Hufflepuff. So now, we’re down to
our last two colleges and this is where the decision
got extremely difficult. – So, I’m gonna kind of
explain some of the qualities I looked for in the college
that I wanted to go to. And Bailey’s going to explain
hers because we did have our own.
– Different opinions. – Opinions about them. So, the college that I chose
was because I felt at home when I went there. And I felt like I had
friends and a community that I could really get
involved with, and involved in. And it had a program that
I was really excited about. And the people there are
really excited about me coming to be in that program. And I just, I found a room that I loved, and roommates that I loved. And everything just seemed to kind of fall into place, perfectly. And so, that is why I
finally made a decision on my final school. – And I really wanted a school that had like a really good business program. Something that was very large and homey. Lot’s of students that I could meet. I was all about the
social life, everything like traditions and all of that. I was super excited to be a part of. And I really liked just the fact that it had a name for itself. I was really excited for that too. The community was just really strong. That’s what I was looking for
in the college that I picked. – So, the big question, the big reveal. I’m gonna reveal first. – Yes. – And then she’s gonna reveal. – The question is are we going to
– Are we going to the same school?
– The same school? – You guys are gonna have
to wait and find out. But I chose my final school,
I chose as Baylor University. And I, when I walked on that
campus for the first time I fell in love with it. It just felt like home. It felt like something I could see myself being at for four years. And I did have a
scholarship there as well. And their entrepreneurship program was super enticing to me. A lot of my friends are
going to that school. I had roommates, I had a room. And everything just kind of was easy. And when I made the decision
I felt like relieved. I felt happy and that’s
kind of like how you know you picked the right school. So that was my college decision. And. – So you guys, we are not going to be going to different colleges because I’m going to
Baylor University too. (cheering) Yeah, so we both felt the same way when we got to Baylor’s campus. It was beautiful and
it was super friendly. Everything was so easy. – And just, and we felt
super welcome when we went. – Yes. And just like everything was easy including the application process, which is supposed to be like– – Really hard. The hardest part of getting into college. – And we had friends that are going so then we had roommates
and then we found a room. – And they just have like an awesome entrepreneurship program, which we’re really excited for. – And we couldn’t leave each other so. – I know, we wanted to
go to college together. – Yeah, of course, of course. – We thought at one point
we were gonna separate and then we were both
like nah, never mind. We could never do that. So, we’re super excited. Honestly Baylor gets us
really hyped for college. – And the colors, don’t
you love the colors. The colors are just so great. I know. – We’re both super excited. So, Baylor get ready for us
’cause we’re heading your way. – Sic ’em bears. Thank you so much for watching this video. I hope y’all are as excited as we are about our college decision. – Oh my gosh. – And if you’re going
through the same process we wish you the best of luck and hope that you find the
college that’s perfect for you. Now you guys, make sure to
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– Bye.

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  1. What did you think of our college choice? Also, our scrunchies are back in stock with NEW colors available! You can get yours HERE! ▶ https://brooklynandbaileyshop.com 💋's -Bailey

  2. Fun fact: before Harry Potter was filmed “Hogwarts” was actually a college! My geography teacher went there and it was rly cool

  3. I go to school in England and the two people in my year who applied to Stanford both got in, both with a scholarship!

  4. Y’all knew y’all were going to college together and knew y’all wanted to go to the same sorority together. Please don’t act like y’all didn’t know

  5. It’s so weird watching people from other places go to Baylor and talk about Waco because that’s where I grew up so I have a different view.

  6. I wish I could choose where I want to go to college 🙄 generally it’s more like in state because college is expensive asl and going to Stanford would only be if you got $$$

  7. B&B-
    I thought I was going to see you at TEXAS A&M!It is only 20 minutes from my home!But I want y'all to be happy!I just wish I could meet y'all one day!Love you Brooklyn & Bailey!:)

  8. I’ll be doing online college for a bit because I have a 3 month old
    Would love to meet you guys!!! I live in temple

  9. I came across this video again because college szn is pulling up and I’m getting re trigged. The fact that they applied to the SAME schools and ended up going to the SAME school is kinda annoying. I hoped they’d go do their own things and become independent of each other but hey🤰🏽

  10. Given their current video where they could barely stand to be a part for a week, there is 0% chance they considered going to a different colleges for more than two seconds.

  11. For the past 4 hours I have been watching these types of videos and y’all are the first that I have seen that have applied to Texas A&M. I’m an Aggie at heart soo🤪

  12. That is such a good school I was even planning on going there in a few years and I live really close to in Waco

  13. When I hear them saying "We're going to Hogwarts" my heart beat literally beats fast. Love you Both…

    Hello Every Fellow Potterhead Out there…

    ❤️💚💛💙

  14. Now that I am seeing this video for the second time ( graduate and ready to go to college) I low key wish you guys picked Texas A&M because I am going there ): but I am proud of you both and I wish one day we can meet😊❤️

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