“52 percent of schools still consider class rank moderately or considerably important.”
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- College prep courses are considered a highly important admissions criterion, according to nearly eighty percent of the colleges surveyed by the NACAC.
- While colleges appreciate the diligence evident in consistently good grades, they also want to see if students have challenged themselves with harder more complex courses.
- The personal essay, utilized as part of many college application processes, is rated as high as considerably important by over half the colleges surveyed.
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