The Significant Early Advantage

There are those who argue that there is not a significant advantage in applying to a school through an Early Decision or Early Action policy. Their argument typically goes something like this: “The statistics are misleading, deceptive even. The Early round is filled with recruited athletes, legacies, and/or development cases. … 

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The Advantage of Early Applications

We know, we know. Yet another post on the advantage of Early applications. Whatever. Deal with it. We regularly make a point of expressing the importance of a student using his or her Early Decision or Early Action card and using it wisely. As our compiled Ivy League Statistics for … 

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Applying to One College

Thinking of applying to one college or to twenty colleges this college admissions cycle? There’s a piece up on “Insider Higher Ed” entitled “Most Freshmen Apply to One College, Data Suggest” that we figured we’d write about on the pages of our college admissions blog. For loyal readers of our … 

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