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Is Early Admissions restrictive?

nothingto1nothingto1 Registered User Posts: 157 Junior Member
edited September 2012 in College Admissions
If I apply ED to Cornell, am I not allowed to apply early action elsewhere? Since even though I love Cornell, theirs a big chance with all Ivy's that there is a rejection, and I want to try other options.
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Replies to: Is Early Admissions restrictive?

  • OperaDadOperaDad Registered User Posts: 2,476 Senior Member
    If you apply ED to Cornell, the only restrictions are:

    1) you cannot apply ED to anywhere else; and
    2) you cannot apply Early Action Single Choice anywhere.

    Also, if you are accepted, then you HAVE TO withdraw your applications to all other colleges, including EA applications.
  • nothingto1nothingto1 Registered User Posts: 157 Junior Member
    Thank you, this was really helpful. I couldn't really search out the answer elsewhere. It's hard navigating through University websites.
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