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Transfer014Transfer014 Registered User Posts: 188 Junior Member
edited February 2011 in Scripps College
I've applied to Scripps as a transfer hoping to enter in the fall. I live about 3,000 miles away and have already had an alumni interview. Would visiting before I know whether or not I've been admitted help me in admissions at all?
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  • Eternal IcicleEternal Icicle Registered User Posts: 513 Member
    Probably not. If you visit campus at this point, it may not make it into your app-- they may already be evaluating it. If you've done an alumni-interview, then you've demonstrated interest. Don't worry about spending lots of money to come out and visit unless you have money & time to spare.
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