This is time of year where many seniors receive the dreaded deferred admissions letter. What does it mean? Well, it means that the college was unable to make a definite decision on your application. They may want to see updated grades or new test scores, or they may just want to see how you compare to the regular decision applicant pool.
It can be very frustrating for an applicant (and parents) to receive this news. But there are things that you can do in order to be proactive with a deferred admissions status. The blog post, “You’ve Been Deferred. Now What?” provides six important tips for students to considered in order to potentially receive an acceptance letter in the spring.