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Students apply from 15 September to 1 January and notices usually go out between December 15 and January 31 (dates may vary). The application of principles of action has a clear advantage. Because competition is so fierce, the sooner a student applies the better. For only qualified student, this is the only way to go. It would be very unlikely that the student is graded on the overall applicant pool, as they would be competing against students far too much honor and pale in comparison. In addition, students apply to college early in the last year, and no grades beyond mid-term may not count at all! Always apply this strategy! Prompt notification: This is similar to the first action, except that some schools may require a commitment to your financial aid package sufficient before the traditional May 1 deadline. Unless they make an offer he can not refuse, ask to extend its term until the family has had sufficient time to consider all offers from schools that the student has been admitted to. I would strongly advise against negotiations because the student will be at a serious disadvantage, with no other offers to compare and acceptance could be a costly mistake! Avoid this like the plague! Admission open: Some four years, more than two years and virtually all community colleges offer all applicants for admission to a come-as-you-are based.

Sitener space, time you have a high school diploma? you're in! Implement when available. Rolling Admissions: (I've saved the best for last.) This is a school policy more advantageous to applicants, including universities that offer admission Rolling notify students of their status within a few weeks after receiving all necessary application documents. Usually accept students until their quotas have been met. Check the admissions policies of the schools you are applying for and by all means to implement this strategy, if any. This is one of a series of articles by college admissions and financial aid expert, Reecy Aresty, based on his book, "go to college and pay for it!" For more information or to contact him, please visit.

For nearly three decades, financial advisor and professor Reecy Aresty has helped thousands of families to protect their assets, increase their income and reduce your taxes. During the 1980s, he turned his attention to the complex world of college admissions and financial aid. At the end of the decade, he was already saving his clients thousands of dollars on a college education! Author of "getting into college and pay for it", also available in Spanish. Filled with trade secrets and privileged information, offers solutions for high school and college families guaranteed to give students the edge of the utmost importance in income, and parents countless legal ways to reduce college costs. In 2004 alone, Reecy families saved hundreds of thousands of dollars! It has become an important factor in obtaining affordable quality educations for students in the United States. Thus, it has restored people used to have faith in the other, showing that there are still people who care, people can be trusted, and people who actually do what they promise? and see the results!