Depending on which school you apply to, most Early Decision answers will come around December 14th or 15th. Depending on which school you apply to, most Early Decision answers will come around December 14th or 15th.
What is the difference between early action early decision and early admission?
Early decision is binding and early action just lets you know if you got into the college sooner but you can still choose to go somewhere else. ...
Asked in Education
Can you apply early decision and take a gap year?
I don't think so. Early decision usually expects you to come because that is the reason why early decision was made, to ensure students coming that year UNLESS that early decision is unbinding. Do more research, if it's binding, then you have to go. (I'm assuming college) ...
What if you get into a college that expects you to attend?
All colleges that you apply to anticipate your enrollment, but they know that not everyone applying has their school as a top choice. Don't feel bad for the college if it's not where you want to go! That said, if you applied under Early Decision plans, then you have a legal agreement saying that if you are accepted, then you must attend. ...
Asked in Associates Degrees
When do students in the US apply for college?
It depends on which semester the student is applying for. Students applying for the Fall semester (September), are urged to apply early which could be February. Students applying for the Spring semester (January) can apply in October. ...
How can you start college early?
In the United States, if you have strong academic skills, you may be able to start college early applying to an early entrance program. There are many early entrance programs around the country, each with its own approach and entrance requirements. Research different programs to find the one that is right for you. The oldest early entrance program is offered by Shimer College in Chicago, where early entrants are treated as full members of the academic community. Other early entrance programs, such...
Does single-choice Early Action mean that I cannot apply to other colleges during both the Early Action regular decision periods?
Harvard, Yale and other colleges that have "single choice early action" programs do not allow candidates to apply to other schools during the early-action period only. However, once they receive EA (Early Action) decisions (mid-December), then applicants are free to apply elsewhere, if they so choose. Some colleges with early options exchange lists of admitted students, once their picks have been made. Therefore, if you apply early to such a college and you are admitted, then other colleges will see your name on...
Asked in Student Loans and Financial Aid
Where can I look up grants for college tuition?
Many of the college websites will have a page dedicated to information about grants, or you can call the colleges you are interested in applying for and they will be more than happy to give you more information. It is often necessary to apply very early to ensure you don't miss out. ...