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How does Rolling Admission exactly work? (Specifically Rutger's Rolling Admissions)
I am going to apply to a few colleges and one of them will be Rutgers University: The Newbrunswick Campus. (Btw what is Rutgers famous for? Business? Law? etc.)
I heard that Rutgers has rolling admissions but I am not sure what that means.
Is it just that they process applications on a first come, first serve basis and thus give you a decision well before normal college would under Regular decision?
Like if I apply to Rutger in the middle of October, I might know my decision by the end of October/mid November?
Also, if you are accepted under Rolling Admissions (at least Rutger's Rolling Decision,are you bound to go to that school (like you are bounded by Early Decision)?
Thanks. (Oh and also, Rutgers does have rolling admissions doesn't it? lol.)
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