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Within the Common Application, students can access information about many colleges they are interested in or thinking about applying to. The platform provides links to the websites and virtual tours of colleges that accept the Common App to make it easy to see what the campus looks like and review academic offerings and majors all in one place. You can add colleges to your Common App “My Colleges” list as you learn more about them. It is essential to keep track of each application’s requirements so that the application you submit to each college is timely and satisfies the applicable requirements. See CollegeData’s Common App Guide for the application requirements for more than 850 Common App colleges in the U.S. The Common App website also contains the application requirements of more than 900 colleges worldwide, including: (Source: www.collegedata.com)

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Within the Common Application, students can access information about many colleges they are interested in or thinking about applying to. The platform provides links to the websites and virtual tours of colleges that accept the Common App to make it easy to see what the campus looks like and review academic offerings and majors all in one place. You can add colleges to your Common App “My Colleges” list as you learn more about them. (Source: www.collegedata.com)

 

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