I took a confidential tour of university because I applied early for VT and I freak out. I came across this information, which came from a user who said that his uncle was in the registration department (which I am quite skeptical) Doesn`t it only mean that they associate you with regular decision-makers? Why is this a big thing? I applied for an early decision in 2009 (in the state) and went up. This is the case for most (if not) people in my high school that I know, who made an early decision. And it wasn`t a super smart high school, so it seems to me that these statistics are really fishy. Early Action is a non-binding decision plan for beginning students (you can still consider virginia Tech among other offerings) and is by far the largest group of applications. Most student admission offers come from this group. Note: While early decision applicants are entitled to financial aid and scholarships, students whose decision to participate in Virginia Tech may depend on financial rewards are encouraged to apply early action. My older sister actually worked in admissions, first as a factory study and then as an admissions counselor for her first year after graduating. Idk, what are the actual statistics, but be a little aware of the tips of the 2012-2013 graduates. There seems to have been a big jump in the average gpa/sat/etc of students accepted for the class of 2015 and 2016 compared to previous years. My sister was brought to the decision with a 3.4 (class of 2012), while I was postponed with a 3.6 (class of 2016, applied engineering but university studies accepted).

In my high school in Nova, more people were postponed than accepted at the beginning of the decision, so there are some. I very much doubt the statistics reported at 90%. My sister and I both made an early decision (in the state), and neither of us were Valectorian or anything like that. It`s true? I first thought that their 90% of the state`s candidates had not been postponed. But if that`s the case, then I`m in trouble because of NOVA`s decision to apply for Pamplin (3.77 WGPA 3.55 UWGPA 29 ACT). Therefore, can a person who has worked for admission or who has applied at an early stage and has been postponed/accepted vouch for this? All information is appreciated! Remember that it doesn`t hurt you at all to be postponed. It just means they postpone their decision. I`ve heard that applying an early decision can actually help your chances a bit (even if they`re postponed), as colleges are more inclined to give offers to those they think they`re going to accept them. EDIT: I sent permissions with my question via email and received this response. “These numbers are outdated and don`t look correct at all, and in addition, we don`t publish statistics on early decision/rejection offers. We do not know where those numbers come from. “I think most of our assumptions were correct! If you live near Blacksburg, they will one day come to your HS and talk to you a few months before making an early decision and let you know if you are in.

as on the same day IIRC. The advantages of being a townie. I applied in 2012 from the high school of the École supérieure de sciences. I had a 4.2 gpa gpa in high school, a 27 on ACT, and I wrote all the personal statements and sent letters from Rec. I was touched early, I learned around mid-December. Early Decision is recommended for first-year applicants who have strong academic qualifications, choose Virginia Tech as their first-choice school, and intend to enroll if offered admission. Students interested in the Early Decision plan must choose this option upon application and submit the application on November 1 or before November 1. All supporting scientific information can be submitted after 1 November, but it must be received by mid-November. .

. .

Download PDF