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Applicant Pool for class of 2009

TheWizardTheWizard Registered User Posts: 16 New Member
edited February 2005 in Colby College
I am sorry about asking the same question twice, but my last post was a mess from the beginning when I incorrectly titled it as my username. But, I was wondering if anyone had come across published data for the class of 2009. I know some schools have posted information about their applicant pools on their web site or in the school newspaper. I am growing more nervous by the day and would love to know what the pool looks like for this year. Thanks!
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Replies to: Applicant Pool for class of 2009

  • rachie3953rachie3953 Registered User Posts: 177 Junior Member
    I am also looking for that information but I haven't found it yet. I looked in their newspaper, but I couldn't find a way to search back issues. If anyone does have that info, please post here so we can figure out where we stand (relatively, of course)
  • PequodPequod Registered User Posts: 4 New Member
    You won't find any information on the "applicant pool," but you will find base information on the accepted class - but not now. On or about April 1st, the college will enable a Freshman link website where accepted applicants will be able to get more specific information, leave messages for other freshmen (in particular or for general purposes), etc. Statistical information may be on that website by then, or they may wait until after May 1st. The Colby Echo (college newspaper) won't publish any of that stuff until Sept or Oct. 2005.

    If you're trying to find out how you "stack up" just look at the stats from the class of 2008 - maybe add 10 points to the combined SAT.

    Best of luck to you all.
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