The early application admissions decisions are out. So what do the numbers mean?
When students apply early admission to a college, it can be tempting to wait until December 15th before working on other college essays…
Check out the Common Application Facebook page for some helpful tips as you work on your application.
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Facebook groups allow students to meet their future classmates eight months early.
Applying early decision is not a good idea for every college applicant. For some, sending out a single application could be financially foolish because it carries a binding agreement to attend that school no matter what.
Any day now, students will begin to learn if they’ve gotten accepted early decision or early action to the college of their choice. It’s an exciting and nerve wracking time as students and parents wait to see what the colleges decide.
A few years ago, some commentators thought early admissions programs might fade away. But colleges love these programs too much to let them end.
Even though there is an increase in acceptance rates for the early decision application process, you still need to carefully consider what it means to sign the binding agreement.
Does the early bird get the worm? This is the time of year when I get calls from parents and students asking whether they should apply to college via early decision or regular decision. This decision is a very important one, especially if you are considering some of the more selective colleges and universities in […]