Question about ED

<p>Hi, I'm currently a Junior and am very interested in applying ED for Penn. </p>

<p>But, I'm a little confused on the policy. If you apply ED to Penn, then are you not allowed to apply to any other schools with Early Action policies?</p>

<p>I was thinking of applying EA for Uchicago and ED for Upenn if that was possible? </p>

<p>Also, when applying for Penn, do you apply separtely to its respective colleges, or do you apply to Penn in general. If applying in general is the case, why do people say its harder to get in to Wharton then CAS and so on? </p>

<p>Please help out a confounded junior here.</p>

<p>Oh sorry, i didn't notice the top thread that talked about my second question. </p>

<p>Just the first question now.</p>


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<p>THank you Dancer!</p>

<p>Very helpful</p>

<p>Yes you can apply to Chicago EA- in fact, that's exactly what I did. That and Michigan rolling... there aren't many EA schools that are not single-option (many of the big names like Yale and Stanford are single-choice) but rolling is always okay. So apply early to your in-state school if it's rolling!</p>