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$1.5 Million to Get Into an Ivy

Lawsuit reveals just how much a college consulting service will charge for its services.

Suicide Note Calls Out Pressure on Students

Death of a 16-year-old at a competitive high school in California leaves many asking whether too much is being asked of students.

Why a College Ended Admissions by Test Score

A few dozen students a year who were meeting the SAT requirement were in the bottom half of their high school classes and didn't perform well in college.

The Week in Admissions News

Humanities grads are employed and like their work; questioning use of metrics in admissions; free tuition program at Madison; "Macron effect."

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