To Apply Early or Wait for Regular Admission: Round 1 vs. Round 2?

Admission probabilities fluctuate across rounds, urging early submission if feasible. While most schools encourage early applications, many refrain from officially stating differences between admission rounds. However, some institutions explicitly declare no variance. This holds true for both undergraduate and postgraduate programs. Question is: Should you opt for early application, in round one? Consider the following factors: It’s advisable to plan ahead, build your profile, prepare the application – essays, recommendations, standardized tests etc. and apply early. However, if unable to have a good profile and application ready, wait for later rounds rather than submit early.

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How to demonstrate interest in the college you are applying to?

Demonstrating genuine interest in the college you’re applying to is a crucial aspect of the admissions process. It is more than a strategic move; it’s an authentic expression of your desire to be part of their academic community. It can make your application stand out and set the stage for a rewarding college experience. Why? It boosts your application. When you engage with a college by attending information sessions, campus tours, or contacting faculty and students, it sets you apart from other applicants who have similar profiles as yours. You signal that you’ve researched the college thoroughly and believe it’s a good fit for your academic and personal goals. Admissions officers often take note of these interactions, and it can […]

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