For many high school seniors, this year’s ideal holiday present is not an Xbox or the new iPhone. It cannot be picked up from Walmart or even ordered from Amazon. It arrives in the mail, usually in mid-December, a fat envelope – if they should be so lucky – that could determine where the students spend their next four academic years.
Students don't benefit from early decision policies
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