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Early Decision

katieeeeekatieeeee Registered User Posts: 64 Junior Member
edited May 2005 in Emory University
Does it help your chance of acceptance if you apply early decision?

Also, is it more beneficial to apply ED I as opposed to ED II?
Post edited by katieeeee on

Replies to: Early Decision

  • CassiodorusCassiodorus Registered User Posts: 256 Junior Member
    It is beneficial to apply ED, but I don't know if there is a difference between applying ED I and ED II in terms of acceptance.
  • vtoodlervtoodler Registered User Posts: 2,111 Senior Member
    I agree with cassiodorus.
  • vtoodlervtoodler Registered User Posts: 2,111 Senior Member
    BTW, I have a question. How do I send an e-mail using my Emory e-mail account?
  • cookiemonstercookiemonster Registered User Posts: 134 Junior Member
    theres no difference b/w ed 1 and 2, i asked the admissions counselor last yr

    log on to learnlink, open your mailbox and click new message in the upper left corner.
  • vtoodlervtoodler Registered User Posts: 2,111 Senior Member
    "log on to learnlink, open your mailbox and click new message in the upper left corner."

    I did just that. But everytime I try to send a message, it says that the message cannot be sent until it has been properly addressed.
  • vtoodlervtoodler Registered User Posts: 2,111 Senior Member
    nevermind.....
  • drudru Registered User Posts: 23 New Member
    according to xap.com 452 out of 735 got in early for C/O 08; im not sure whether thats both I and II combined. however i read a while ago in emorywheel that there was something like 20% increase in ED I pool this year which supposedly produced the largest number of early applicants in emory history.
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