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Which schools require mid-year reports?

Hi all! I've done some research and saw that some colleges require a mid-year report to be submitted. Can you guys tell me which schools typically require this? I want to make sure I stay organized and send in all the necessary materials on time. Thanks!

6 months ago

Hi there! The mid-year report is a pretty common requirement among many colleges, especially selective ones. It's a good idea to double-check each college's specific requirements on their admissions websites to be certain, as this can vary from one institution to another. However, to give you a starting point, here are some schools that typically request a mid-year report:

1. Ivy League schools (e.g., Harvard, Yale, Princeton, Columbia, Brown, Penn, Dartmouth, Cornell)

2. Most schools in the "Little Ivies" (e.g., Amherst, Williams, Swarthmore)

3. Top-tier liberal arts colleges (e.g., Middlebury, Bowdoin, Wellesley, Pomona, Carleton)

4. Private research universities (e.g., Stanford, MIT, Caltech, University of Chicago, Duke, Johns Hopkins)

5. Many flagship state universities (e.g., University of Michigan, University of Virginia, UNC Chapel Hill, UC Berkeley, UCLA)

Keep in mind that this is not an exhaustive list, and there are many other institutions that may require a mid-year report. It's essential to carefully read through the application instructions for each school on your list. Additionally, you should communicate with your high school counselor to ensure they're aware of each college's requirements and can assist you in submitting the necessary materials on time.

Best of luck with your college applications!

6 months ago

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