It’s been four years since Harvard and Princeton decided to eliminate their early admissions program and now it’s back. Some argue that programs like early admissions limit the diversity of a college campus and that it places those who come from secure financial backgrounds a leg up. It seems that both schools realize that students who would prefer an Ivy, instead choose to apply early admissions to other universities. The prestigious schools are reinstating the program because they want to find out which applicants truly desire to attend and which are merely interested. Read More
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