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Admissions to top American schools are already extremely competitive; admissions for international students are often even more so. Admissions at some schools consider students location; the number of students admitted from one country, state, or region may be restricted in order to ensure a fairly even geographical distribution for the entire class.
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Kate and Molly Go to College both girls started the American School of Correspondences high school program when they were 14. We found out that in order to play sports in college, they needed a high school transcript that was recognized by the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Clearing House. teachers and kids
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Some college consulting companies have unique methods for helping AsianAmerican students apply to college. Robert SpencerGetty Images These days, college consulting companies have no qualms about using controversial strategies for helping their AsianAmerican clients avoid the so called" bamboo ceiling" and land a spot at a top college, the Boston Globe reported on Monday.