Stanford Early Action Statistics

The Stanford Early Action statistics are in for the Class of 2017. Under Stanford’s Restrictive Early Action program, 725 students have earned admission to The Farm (as compared to 755 from the Early pool last year). In all, 6,103 students applied to Stanford via Early Action. This marked the largest … 

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Duke Early Decision Admissions

Duke Early Decision admissions data is out. This year, 2,540 students applied Early Decision to Duke University. Of those 2,540 applicants, 753 students will find out today that they’ve earned admission to the school in Durham, North Carolina. As compared to last year, Duke received 70 fewer applications. However, this … 

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Dartmouth Early Decision Admit Rate

The Dartmouth Early Decision admit rate isn’t as competitive as last year due to the 12.5% decrease in the applicant pool. This year, 464 students were admitted via Early Decision. That figure stood at 465 last year for the Early Decision pool.  For this year’s Early Decision pool, 1,574 students … 

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Early Decision Notifications

If you applied Early Decision (or Early Action), we want to give you some advice on receiving your admissions decision. First and foremost, be alone. You might think that it would be fun to open it with friends or family around, but it’s always best to take the news in … 

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Early Decision Admits

Early Decision admits (and Early Action admits), we’ve got some advice for you. After you learn that you’ve gotten into the college of your dreams, don’t wear your new college sweatshirt to school. So many students do this but it’s not very thoughtful. We know you’re proud of your new … 

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Ivy League Deferral

If you’ve received an Ivy League deferral (if you’ve been deferred admission by the Ivy League university to which you applied Early), does that mean that you have zero chance of getting in during the Regular Decision round? No. You do indeed have a chance. Does it mean that you … 

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Princeton Early Action

Princeton Early Action numbers are in. There was an article yesterday in “The Princetonian” about the spike in Early Action applications to Princeton this admissions cycle in which our founder, Bev Taylor, is quoted. This year at Princeton, 3,791 students applied for admission in the Early cycle. This number marked … 

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Early Decision Data

Early Decision data is filtering in across the Ivy League for the Class of 2017. So which schools have more applicants than last year and which schools have fewer, you ask? Well, let’s dig in! At Brown University, the percentage of Early Decision applicants increased by a whopping 1% this … 

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Early Applicant Deadlines

Early applicant deadlines may be changing but that doesn’t mean it applies to you! As you may have read, many colleges have extended their Early Decision and Early Action deadlines. Duke University, the University of Virginia, Columbia University, Dartmouth College, Cornell University, Yale University, Stanford University, and the University of … 

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Early Decision Due Dates

As the result of Hurricane Sandy, some Early Decision due dates have changed. Colleges are often flexible with their deadlines when storms are brewing. And that they are on the East Coast. Harvard, as an example, said in a press release that it is always flexible on such deadlines when … 

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