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Undecided vs. Major

collegeseeker101collegeseeker101 Registered User Posts: 18 New Member
edited November 2010 in New York University
Does declaring a major decrease/increase your chances of getting into NYU vs applying undecided. I declared a CAS major in economics and I would like to know if I made the right decision. Would declaring undecided had given me a better chance of getting in?
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