12 October 2017
Boost Your Odds 50% With These Early Action Schools
Looking for a way to boost admission odds without obligating yourself to attend? Here's a list of colleges with early action admission rates that are at least 50% higher than their regular decision admission rates.
Unlike Early Decision, Early Action is non-binding, so it nearly always works to your advantage. And as the list shows, this advantage can be meaningful if you're a competitive applicant...all for simply applying 45-60 days earlier than normal.
With most early action deadlines occuring in early November, the time is now to take a closer look.
Early Action Schools That Boost Admission Odds By 50% Or More
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|School||EA/RD Advantage||Admit % (EA)||Admit % (RD)|
|University of Tulsa||3.07||83||27|
|Texas Christian University||2.65||61||23|
|University of Notre Dame||1.79||25||14|
|North Carolina State||1.76||60||34|
|College of Wooster||1.75||70||40|
|State University of New York - Buffalo||1.67||85||51|
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