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For juniors: Good EA/ED resource

carolyncarolyn Posts: 7,435Registered User Senior Member
edited March 2005 in Parents Forum
The National Association of College Admissions Counselors (NACAC) just put up a nice searchable directory of schools that offer either ED or EA or both. This could be a very helpful tool in planning your admissions strategy for next year. The site also has an excellent description of the differences between ED, EA and RD and how to choose between them.

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  • chocoholicchocoholic Posts: 2,995Registered User Senior Member
    That is a great site for everyone. Thank you Carolyn. I see that they did not touch on Rolling Admission schools for some reason? R/A is always a very convenient option.

    I looked up MA, just for the heck of it, and was surprised to find just 1 page......don't they have over 300 schools....just wondering
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