Everyone wants to do whatever they can to get into the college of their choice. Does applying Early Decision actually help the cause?
Early decision vs regular decision. Which is better? Does early decision give you a better chance? What about early action vs early decision? which is better? This article from a college admissions expert gives you answers.
The University of Pennsylvania, a top Ivy League school, just released some surprising admissions statistics.
Learn the ins and outs of the different ways to send in early applications to your most preferred colleges.
Mark advises students to consider a college carefully before applying early decision.
Now that you’ve been accepted Early Decision at your school of choice, what should you do about your other applications? Read on for advice on how to communicate with your remaining schools.
Early application acceptance numbers are in for Ivy League and other highly selective schools. Read on to check out what percent got admitted and about early trends in applications for the Class of 2017.
Were you denied admission to a college where you applied early action or early decision? Read this blog post for suggestions on how to deal with rejection.
If you’ve been affected by Hurricane Sandy, you probably could use some good news. You’re in luck, as many colleges have extended their early application deadlines due to the storm.
Just when you thought you had figured out the rules around your college application submissions, along comes Single Choice Early Action (aka Restrictive Early Action). Read on to find out about all your application submission options from Early to Rolling to Regular Decision.