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Is Resistance Futile? Avoiding Serious Misconceptions in College Admissions

Original post made by Doing College, another community, on Dec 3, 2012

Widespread misconceptions flourish in the college admissions world, providing advantages to colleges but often hurting applicants and their families. You can resist falling prey to these preventable and often expensive mistakes by becoming more well-informed.

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