The Early Admissions Game
Joining the EliteBook - 2003
Each year, hundreds of thousands of high school seniors compete in a game they'll play only once, whose rules they do not fully understand, yet whose consequences are enormous. The game is college admissions, and applying early to an elite school is one way to win. But the early admissions process is enigmatic and flawed. It can easily lead students toward hasty or misinformed decisions.
Publisher: Cambridge, Mass. : Harvard University Press, 2003
Branch Call Number: Education 378.161 Ave
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