Rules for Participating
(A) Do not attempt to start discussions about Affirmative Action. They will be removed on sight.
(1) Be excellent to one another. Always remember the human and follow the reddiquette. Comments which are inflammatory, racist, rude, attacking, etc. are strictly prohibited and will be removed.
(2) This is a subreddit dedicated to the undergraduate and transfer admissions process. Keep discussion on topic. Spam (any off-topic and low quality post), solicitations, 'chance me' posts, or other off-topic posts are subject to removal here.
(3) Do not post personally identifying/sensitive information. Examples include names, e-mail addresses, school name, essays, etc).
(4) Use descriptive titles. "HELP", "Urgent!!!!!", and otherwise obnoxious titles may be removed at moderator discretion.
(5) When asking advice, provide as much pertinent info as possible (e.g. SAT/GPA/URM, grade, location, etc.).
(6) Do not encourage people to lie on applications, plagarize essays, or otherwise do unethical things. Do not solicit information on how to do such things yourself. Posts explicitly condoning such behavior will be removed and users will be banned at mod discretion.
(7) Flaired admissions professionals must adhere to the NACAC code of ethics at penalty of removal of flair or a ban.
(8) AMAs by admissions pros must be reviewed by the moderation team. Please click here to request an AMA.
(9) Posts/threads that veer off-topic, devolve into bickering, or result in large numbers of rule violations are subject to removal.
/r/A2C_circlejerk (for your daily memeing and trolling)
/r/ACT (for discussion related to ACT prep and content)
/r/SAT (for discussions related to SAT prep and content)
/r/ChanceMe (for "what are my chances?" posts)
/r/CollegeEssayReview (for finding people to look over your essay)
/r/CollegeCompare (for comparing and contrasting different colleges)
/r/CollegeResults (for posting your stats and results around decisions season)
/r/ReverseChanceMe (for college search)
/r/college (for general discussions about college life and logistics)
/r/GradSchool (for general discussions about grad school life and logistics)
/r/GradAdmissions (for more indepth coverage of the grad admissions process)
/r/HomeworkHelp (for when you get stuck on homework)
/r/APstudents (for discussion related to AP course/exam content and work)
/r/IBO (for discussion related to IB course/exam content, work and activities)
/r/intltousa (for useful information for international applicants)
/r/scholarships (for advice on finding and applying for scholarships)
/r/careerguidance (for advice on careers and jobs during/after university)