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Early Action vs. Regular Decision: Pros and Cons

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CollegeXpress Student Writer

Not sure whether to apply to college Early Action or Regular Decision? A high school senior offers the pros and cons of both admission options. read more

Applying to College Early: What You Need to Know

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Early application deadlines (Early Decision, Early Action, etc.) will be here before you know it. Here's what you should know. read more

The Rapidly Transforming Face of College Admission: Even More Early Options

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Co-Founder, Director of College Admissions Counseling, One-Stop College Counseling

The college admission process has rapidly transformed into an "early game," and many counselors are poised to adapt to the inevitable changes expected to be introduced this coming year. Learn more about them here. read more

5 Types of College Application Deadlines

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Early Action, Early Decision, Regular Decision...there are so many choices for college application deadlines! Here's a breakdown of five you need to know. read more

The Problem with Deferrals

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Co-Founder, Director of College Admissions Counseling, One-Stop College Counseling

To defer or not to defer? Many of your students face this dilemma, and some colleges make it particularly frustrating. Read on for some insights from a counselor who understands. read more

Early Bird Gets the Worm? Early Decision vs. Early Action

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CollegeXpress Student Writer

Do you know the difference between Early Decision and Early Action? We've got everything you need to know right here, so you can decide what's best for you! read more

Should I Apply to College Early Decision or Early Action?

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Early Decision, Early Action, or Single-Choice Early Action? Each mean something entirely different. Find out which is right for you. read more

The Pros and Cons of Applying Early

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Senior Assistant Editor, Wintergreen Orchard House

The early bird gets the worm. Or does it? This trite old adage might hold true at breakfast buffets and sample sales, but when it comes to college applications, this may not be the case. read more