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2 months ago
Harvard prospective students

REA and EA
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If I will apply for REA(restricted early action) at Harvard University, can't I apply for EA(Early action) at any other university at the same time?

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2 months ago

Unfortunately, applying REA for Harvard restricts you from applying to any other college's early application, whether it be ED o EA. However, I do believe there are some loopholes around the REA in which you would have to personally check in with Harvard.

I'm basing Yale as an example here, and basically, when u apply to Yale REA, you cna still

1. Apply to a college's non-binding rolling admissions application

2. Apply ED 2 to a school as long as the notification date is after January

3. Apply to any public institution non-binding

Etc.

I'm not sure if these apply to Harvard as well so you may have to double check on that :-)

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