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I just received an offer from a school ranking within 20th-23rd without mentioning of scholarship and an offer with full ride from a school ranking 70 or so. WashU ED2 policy articulates that on this track of admission, chances of scholarship will be much dimmer (unlike ED1). Considering my numbers, I could suppose they would give me no money if admitted. I'm pretty concerned about the financial issue. I just would like to keep the option of the full-ride school. So I'm considering asking the admission interviewer of WashU whether I could withdraw from the ED2 and turn into the RD track.
If the withdrawal from ED2 fatally hurts my chance of being admitted, I could have the school within 20th-23rd as a backup. The trade-off could give me chances of keeping full-ride options at other schools and of stretching out to lower T14, BTW. Is it wise of broaching withdrawal? And does anybody here know how bad the blow a withdrawal from WashU ED2 could deal to chances of admission?
If you care, please give me suggestions or relevant information as soon as possible. Millions of tons of thanks!
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