mr_toad wrote:So is any other contract, when it comes down to it. You're getting into law: respect those little, "legally binding" pieces of paper. I'm against ED personally for my own reasons (i.e., I value flexibility and the ability to change my mind easily), but getting into a contract is still getting into a contract. Possible to get out of? Sure. Easy? Probably not, and probably shouldn't be without major extenuating circumstances. Contracts are one of the bases for the rule of law, right?
Yes, this is true. But like FMaze said sometime earlier, they won't let her out of the ED at UM, yet they have SO many other people that want to go there that have similar/better numbers. Does anyone else think this has to do with schools being ranked based on yield? (% attending/%accepted)