More high school seniors go early decision

12/19/2005 | Boston Globe (tiered subscription model), The

After a one-year slump, college early decision applications are again on the rise, as high school seniors seek to enhance their chances of getting in to popular schools. While an early acceptance makes the rest of senior year more stress-free, school counselors worry that some students jumping aboard the early decision bandwagon are acting too hastily.

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