Early Decision, Early Action, and Regular Decision: What's Right for You?

June 26, 2024 at 8:00 PM ET

Navigating the world of college admissions involves understanding various application options and their associated timelines. CollegeAdvisor.com will explore the three major application types in this webinar: Early Decision, Early Action, and Regular Decision. They'll delve into what each of these options entails, their deadlines, and their potential benefits and drawbacks.

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Key topics will include:

Understanding the terms: they'll break down the terminology and define each application type, including single-choice Early Action and restrictive Early Decision, helping you understand which colleges use which application methods.

Weighing the options: they'll help you consider the pros and cons of each application type, from binding decisions and demonstrated interest to application timeline and acceptance rates.

Choosing the right path: they'll discuss strategies to decide which option might be the best fit for you based on your academic record, college readiness, and college preferences.

By the end of the webinar, you'll feel more informed and confident in making the best decision that aligns with your college admissions goals. Whether you are a student aiming for your dream school, a parent hoping to guide your child, or a counselor seeking additional resources, this webinar will provide valuable insights for your college admissions journey.

Don't miss out on this opportunity to better understand the admissions process and make the most strategic choice for your future!

Meet the speaker, Brandon Mack

Brandon holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Sociology and Political Science from Rice University. He also holds a Master's in Education from the University of Houston in Higher Education Administration and is currently working on a Doctorate in Higher Education Leadership and Policy Studies at the University of Houston. He started his career in college admissions at Rice University in 2009 and worked his way up from being an Admission Counselor to Associate Director of Admission. He has over 15 years of experience in advising students through the college admission process.

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