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Early decision

The phrase "early acceptance" can also refer to a form of academic publication peer review.

Early decision or early acceptance is a common policy used in college admissions in the United States for admitting freshmen to undergraduate programs. It is used to indicate to the university or college that the candidate considers that institution to be his or her top choice. Candidates applying early decision typically submit their applications by the end of October of their senior year of high school and receive a decision in mid-December. In contrast, students applying "regular decision" typically must submit their applications by January 1 and receive their admissions decision by April 1.

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Make sure that this school is your TOP choice because most schools make you go there if you get accepted no matter what. I know it can be scary, but just go with your gut. Sometimes there are even higher chances of you getting in, if you apply early decision.

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