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Oct 29, 2022 - 01:27 AM
Early Decision: early acceptance; binding (which means if you accepted you MUST enroll in their institution. The only way out of this agreement is if and only if the institution meets your financial circumstances, which they will most of the time); usually has a higher acceptance rate than regular admission and you can only apply to ONLY one school.
Early Action: early acceptance; non-binding (which means if you don’t want to attend the school you’re not obligated to attend); usually have a higher acceptance rate than regular admission and can apply to as many schools as you want.