Early Action is a
non-binding program, where you apply early, and find out early whether or not
you get in. If you do get in, you do not need to go to that particular college
or university. In most cases, applying early action does not give you a marked
increase in your chances of admission. The benefit is in finding out early
(generally from December to January) whether or not you got in.
Restrictive Early Action:
Some schools (Stanford,
Yale) have a hybrid program called Restrictive Early Action (REA). Under this
program, you apply early and find out your results early, but you are not bound
to go if admitted.....View More
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