can someone explain this scenario to me

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birdmann783
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can someone explain this scenario to me

Postby birdmann783 » Sun Mar 14, 2010 3:20 pm

say for instance you ed to a school and is then waitlisted and put into the regular cycle, does that ed still remain, or are you considered a regular app?

Also, if you are into a school where you ed'ed but is eligible for need-based aid, does the school have to help you out or are you on your own



Thanks in advance TLSers

Grad09
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Re: can someone explain this scenario to me

Postby Grad09 » Sun Mar 14, 2010 3:24 pm

I know that when you get waitlisted, you are no longer bound by ED.

Not sure about the money though

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Re: can someone explain this scenario to me

Postby Kohinoor » Sun Mar 14, 2010 4:31 pm

birdmann783 wrote:say for instance you ed to a school and [strike]is[/strike] are then waitlisted and put into the regular cycle, does that ed still remain, or are you considered a regular app?

Also, if you are into a school where you ed'ed but is eligible for need-based aid, does the school have to help you out or are you on your own



Thanks in advance TLSers

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Hattori Hanzo
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Re: can someone explain this scenario to me

Postby Hattori Hanzo » Sun Mar 14, 2010 6:35 pm

This is strictly based on what I have read on TLS not on any solid facts:

1) you're considered a regular applicant and no longer bound by ED.
2) ED shouldn't affect your need-based aid but it does affect any merit based aid, since merit aid's point is to encourage candidates who'd otherwise consider a different school to apply.




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