With the Supreme Court ruling on Affirmative Action came an avalanche of diversity essays meant to compensate for a missing tool that aimed to level the playing field. We here at CEA have celebrated the preponderance of opportunities to address race, gender, and other identity-oriented details on the application. We have also found that these prompts can be flummoxing for some students. CEA's Founder and Chief Advisor, Stacey Brook, is here to provide guidance to applicants who feel like they don't have an obvious "diversity" story to tell.
CEA's Founder and Chief Advisor, Stacey Brook, is here to offer advice on how to stand out after being deferred to the Regular Decision applicant pool. First, check your dream school's website to find out if they accept Deferral Letters (also known as Letters of Continued Interest). If they do, it's time to get typing.
CEA's Founder and Chief Advisor, Stacey Brook, knows that many applicants receive disappointing admissions news around this time of year. She also knows that hearing the word “no” can be the best thing that can happen to us at a young age, and it’s important to remember that multiple paths can bring you to your dream.
Many applicants think that applying Single Choice Early Action or Restrictive Early Action is basically the same as applying Early Decision—and they could not be more wrong!! CEA's Founder and Chief Advisor, Stacey Brook, is here to fill you in on the Restrictive Early Action/Single Choice Early Action loophole all applicants should know about!
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