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University of Iowa - "RAI" and admission

AgouraLizAgouraLiz Registered User Posts: 33 Junior Member
Hello. I am intrigued with the University of Iowa's RAI admission policy. I think it's terrific to see something that (I think) is pretty straight-forward. So many universities appear to use the "holistic" approach and to me it's a frustrating game. My daughter doesn't have a lot of Extra-Curriculars. She is also very quiet/shy/socially anxious, and to be honest the college admissions madness seems to favor the Extroverts of the world. She is interested in creative writing. And she is interested in touring Iowa. Any input is very welcome, thank you! (more info: California residents. Not chasing or interested in "merit aid".) Also - are there other colleges that do this RAI thing?
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