6 Common Reasons College Applications Get Rejected
from U.S. News & World Report
In the competitive field of college admissions, having perfect grades while volunteering and balancing a full extracurricular schedule may help, but it won't guarantee you a spot at selective colleges. But submitting a pristine application that gives college admissions counselors a clear understanding of a teen's identity and goals is a great way for students to impress admissions officers and increase their chances of getting accepted into their dream college. Below, college admissions deans share the most common reasons why applications get rejected at their schools and offer tips on submitting a competitive application.
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