Opinion: College Students Can (and Should) Define the Admissions Game

Green, Daniel
July 2011
Recruitment & Retention in Higher Education;Jul2011, Vol. 25 Issue 7, p8
In this article the author presents his views on the admission procedure in colleges in the U.S. It states that, students must not be disappointed if they fail to get admission in a famous or reputed college, because the selection of college does not matter, but their performances and achievements. It also states that, the students put in the waitlists by colleges, are rarely considered for admissions.


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