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I'm reapplying to a college that I was previously accepted to as a transfer student. Will I be rejected if I reapply, since I was previously accepted, but didn't attend?
I'm also reapplying to the same major (within that same college) I was previously accepted to as a transfer student. Will my previous acceptance to the school, hurt my chances of reapplying and getting accepted (to the school and to the same major) again?
I couldn't attend the school previously because my parents changed their minds (after my acceptance came) and made me stay at my current school. But over the past several months, they have finally come to see, the college that I wanted to transfer to is indeed a better fit for me.
How should I explain this "i couldn't attend because of my parents' decision" thing within my application when I reapply to the college?
PS. No offense to my parents and/or any parent. I am just confused.