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Congratulations to all with good news! Are your kids relying on admitted students days and mostly going with their guts to make decisions? St Olaf and Whitman College came in as acceptances for D last week. So far, other than Lewis & Clark, where the 144 days of sun per year and lack of easy access to a barn knocked it off the list even though they put on a great admitted students day, the kids and professors seem happy and engaged, and the campus is gorgeous, she can see herself going to most of the schools she’s beeen accepted to. Good problem to have, I know, but she is starting to stress out about making a decision. We made a spreadsheet that should help, but she doesn’t really want to focus on it. Just wondering what, other than gut and finances, has had the biggest influence on decisionmaking for your kids?