Students who apply to their parent's college can get in with a lower SAT score than everyone else
from Business Insider
High school students all over the country are putting the finishing touches on their college applications. While the decision process may appear shrouded in mystery for college hopefuls, there may be a unique was to get a leg up on the competition: go to the same school as one of your parents. While legacy status — the term used to indicate a family member attended the same school — has been recognized anecdotally as providing a benefit to college applicants, education startup AdmitSee has used data it collects to definitively prove this correlation.
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