Schools abandoning class rank as criteria

06/21/2004 | Stamford Advocate (Conn.), The

According to a survey of 595 colleges and universities last year by the National Association for College Admission Counseling, admissions offices are paying more attention to applicants' essays, test scores and high school grades than they are to class rank. Nevertheless, Connecticut students vying to be valedictorians pack their schedules with AP and honors courses to eke out extra points for their GPAs.

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