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Jump Start The College Application

Original post made by Doing College, another community, on Jul 15, 2013

The Common Application is used by 488 member [Web Link colleges] to streamline the college application process. These colleges represent 46 US states and the District of Columbia, making it the most commonly used college application in the country. The Common Application's major advantage is it saves students time by auto filling basic information such as listing extracurricular activities and high school coursework each time you begin a new college application. Use of the Common Application is free to students, but students must pay each college's separate application fee.

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