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Candidate's Choice Application...anyone else got that?

e5volcanoe5volcano Posts: 242Registered User Junior Member
Hi, it seems I have been invited by email for the Candidate Choice Application which as RPI describes it:
This special advanced invitation to apply is based on your high school achievements and previous interest in Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, the nation's oldest technological university.

Apply now to enjoy ...

* A head start on the application process
* A streamlined design
* Earlier notification of your scholarships and financial aid award with your admission decision
Has anyone else gotten this in prior years? It looks really really simple, is it a complete application or just a supplement?
It looks like the real application because it also says at the end of the app
Your application is not considered complete until we have your completed application, School Report (including official high school transcript, SAT or ACT scores, and first marking period grades), and Academic Recommendation. We must also receive your $70 application fee or fee waiver request.

The deadline to submit these materials is November 1, 2010, for Early Decision I and Law/Medical candidates; December 15, 2010, for Early Decision II; and January 15, 2011, for Regular Decision.

The Admissions Office reserves the right to request additional information to review your application.

Rensselaer admits qualified students without regard to age, race, color, gender, sexual orientation, religion, national or ethnic origin, veteran status, marital status, or disability.

This seems pretty simple, so has anyone else done this?
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