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>(A) All discussion related to the ongoing lawsuit concerning Harvard's admission policies AND all discussion related to affirmative action in general must be done on the megathread. Any thread aimed at starting discourse outside the megathread will be removed.
>(2) This is a subreddit dedicated to the undergraduate and transfer admissions process. Keep discussion on topic. Spam (any off-topic and low quality post), solicitations, 'chance me' posts, or other off-topic posts are subject to removal here.
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>#Admissions Resources >Books
>Comparative rankings over time among top schools
>[Useful Websites] (http://www.reddit.com/r/ApplyingToCollege/comments/1olxre/useful_college_admissions_websites/)
>/r/ChanceMe (for "what are my chances?")
>/r/ReverseChanceMe (for college search)
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