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ApplyingToCollege

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/r/ApplyingToCollege is the premier forum for college admissions questions, advice, and discussions, from college essays and scholarships to SAT/ACT test prep, career guidance, and more.

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>#Participate >Upvote in-depth explanations and good answers. Do not downvote because you disagree. Report comments that break the rules. Be nice. Always remember the human and follow the reddiquette.

>Keep discussion on topic. No memes, no trolling.

>Use descriptive titles. "HELP", "Urgent!!!!!", and otherwise obnoxious titles may be removed at moderator discretion.

>When asking advice, provide as much info as possible (e.g. SAT/GPA/URM, grade, location, etc.).

>Keep 'chance me' and 'review my college essay' posts to /r/ChanceMe and /r/CollegeEssayReview, respectively.

>Do not post spam or solicitations.

>Surveys and polls are generally not allowed. If you feel your survey merits an exception, please message the mods with your reasons in advance.

>Flaired admissions professionals must adhere to the NACAC code of ethics at penalty of removal of flair or a ban.

>AMAs by admissions pros must be reviewed by the moderation team. Please click here to request an AMA.

>#Admissions Resources >Books

>Guides

>AMAs

>Admissions Vocabulary

>Common Data Sets

>Comparative rankings over time among top schools

>Acceptance Rates at Selective Colleges

>Sample Essays

>Sample Essays + Blog

>[Useful Websites] (http://www.reddit.com/r/ApplyingToCollege/comments/1olxre/useful_college_admissions_websites/)

>Khan Academy

>College Admissions Toolbox

>Real reaches, safeties, and matches from the class of '21

>#Related Subreddits >/r/ACT

>/r/SAT

>/r/ChanceMe (for "what are my chances?")

>/r/CollegeEssayReview

>/r/CollegeCompare

>/r/CollegeResults

>/r/ReverseChanceMe (for college search)

>/r/college

>/r/highschool

>/r/teenagers

>/r/GradAdmissions

>/r/resumes

>/r/GetIntoStanford

>/r/HomeworkHelp

>/r/APstudents

>/r/IBO

>/r/scholarships

>/r/careerguidance

>/r/hssummerprograms

>#More

>If you're an admissions officer, please send us a message to request verification or if you have any questions about participation in /r/ApplyingToCollege. We ask that all admissions professionals adhere to the NACAC code of ethics at all times.

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