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This year, Penn received 5,999 applications in the Early Decision round.

This year, Penn received 5,999 applications in the Early Decision round.

FiveThirtyEight: "Shut Up About Harvard" -- A focus on elite schools ignores the issues most college students face.

FiveThirtyEight: "Shut Up About Harvard" -- A focus on elite schools ignores the issues most college students face.

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Macroeconomics. Download this review guide and improve your grades.  For more information you can access information about our academics @ http://www.icademy.com/academics

Macroeconomics. Download this review guide and improve your grades. For more information you can access information about our academics @ http://www.icademy.com/academics

The number of early action applications to Yale College this fall increased by 9 percent, marking a major spike after three years of stagnation.

The number of early action applications to Yale College this fall increased by 9 percent, marking a major spike after three years of stagnation.

A new report suggests that we’re on the cusp of important, necessary changes in the way colleges evaluate applicants.

A new report suggests that we’re on the cusp of important, necessary changes in the way colleges evaluate applicants.

A Harvard Business School study about work/life balance is relevant to high school students and the college admission process.

A Harvard Business School study about work/life balance is relevant to high school students and the college admission process.

Malia Obama, the older daughter of President Obama, plans to attend Harvard University beginning in the fall of 2017, waiting until her father leaves office to begin her college career. (Photo: Doug Mills/The New York Times)

Malia Obama, the older daughter of President Obama, plans to attend Harvard University beginning in the fall of 2017, waiting until her father leaves office to begin her college career. (Photo: Doug Mills/The New York Times)

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