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Oct 31, 2022 - 03:27 AM
Restrictive Early Action is a university's non-binding early application option. Restrictive Early Action may be a good option for you if all of the following apply: You have identified a certain college/university as your first choice, you have taken a challenging academic schedule through grade 11, and have done well. Restrictive early action is similar to an early action plan in that you can apply earlier than other applicants and receive your decision earlier than other applicants". "The way it is different is that you are not allowed to apply to other early decision or early action universities with the exception of public universities."