Early Action vs Early Decision

Francisco Cantu

Francisco Cantu

Last Updated October 17th, 2021

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Hello, everyone my name is Francisco Cantu and with the college application in full swing, I will be covering the biggest differences between Early Action and Early Decision.

In this video not only will I be covering all of the pros and cons of each type of application, but I will also be be sharing the main strategy we recommend our students at Best College Aid to implement in order to maximize odds of acceptance to the schools in their list.

By the end of this video you should not only understand the difference between all of the different types of applications but you should also have a plan of action for your own set of applications. 

If you find the information I share with you today useful, like and subscribe to our YouTube channel to remain up-to-date with all of our content to help you maximize your odds of getting accepted to college with scholarships.

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Are you applying early action?

Early Action is when students apply to several schools at an early deadline, typically around October.

Early Action is non-binding. 

Meaning that if accepted as an Early Action (EA) applicant, the student doesn’t have to commit to that school.

Student will receive admissions letter around January or February.

Early Action vs Early Decision Tips and Differences ⏰ 🚨

In case you missed our live where we went over the biggest differences between Early Action and Early Decision, here’s the replay below.

We hope that you find this information useful!

– Francisco

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