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Stanford Class of 2019 Admit Rate: An All Time Low of 5%

Stanford University reported to counselors an all time low admit rate of 5% for the class of 2019.  With a record number of applicant— 42,487— Stanford offered admission to 2,144 students, 742 of whom were from their restrictive Early Action … Continue reading

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MIT Early Action: Record Breaking Year

The greatest-ever number of Early Action applicants, 5,684, applied to MIT this fall, with a consequent all-time low percentage of Early Action admits:  10.4%.  17.4% were rejected outright, and 68.5% were deferred. With an increase of 13% Early Action applications … Continue reading

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Princeton Announces Early Action Numbers

In the 1/8/14 Princeton Alumni Weekly, the admissions office posted the 2014 Early Action numbers: 3,854 students applied EA , and 714 (18.5%) of them were offered admission on 12/16/13.  Applications were up by 1% over last year, when the acceptance … Continue reading

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College Admissions: Deferred. What does that mean? What should I do?

A deferral indicates that the admissions committee either needed more information about you to make a concrete decision or wanted to consider you with the general pool of applicants as a regular admissions candidate. In other words, it’s not a … Continue reading

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More On NACAC Study on Factors in College Admission

After the top three factors in college admission (#1 Grades in college prep course, #2 Strength of curriculum, and #3 SAT/ACT scores) what are the next most important factors? According to the recent NACAC study, the next most significant factors, … Continue reading

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Early Decision Trends Change

NACAC’s 2004-2011 study of trends in Early Decision show some interesting changes.  Traditional thinking was that applying ED was a significant advantage for a student who had identified a specific college as a first choice.  And it was, but that … Continue reading

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