I've been following various threads on the College Confidential discussion forum where seniors are holding their breath to get their admission decisions.
My daughter auditioned at Berklee Music School back in December and was notified that her application has been moved from early action to regular action.
Dealing with rejection is difficult. Most high schoolers tend to take being turned down by a college or university on a personal level.
Getting a deferral decision is disappointing. Sometimes getting deferred is more agonizing than being denied admission altogether.
I honestly have no idea where I want to go or what I want to be. If I make it productive, would taking a gap year before applying be a very bad idea?
I’m hoping it’s good news for you in spring. However, there is one outcome that can blunt your situation — the dreaded wait list.
It’s been about a month now since those of you who applied Early Decision or Early Action received you decisions. Some of you may have a deferral.
For college-bound seniors, these are the long months — from New Year’s Day until later March. You worked extremely hard and are now waiting for decisions.
This is the week when many colleges come out with their decisions for their Early Decision (ED) and Early Action (EA) applicants.
I am considering applying to a summer gap year program to study in France but I do not have deferred acceptance to a university.