I'm currently studying in class 11 and I'm a bit confused about when I should be applying to the US colleges like MIT, Harvard and Stanford. I know that their application deadlines are generally during end of year. Should I be applying during my class 12 or after completing class 12?

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    Lisa Buchwalter
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Lisa Buchwalter Answered a year ago

For U.S. colleges, you apply in the fall of your senior year. Early deadlines, both Early Action and Early Decision, generally occur in early November or your senior year. Regular Decision is generally at the beginning of January of your senior year. The most reliable place to find out actual deadlines is to check them on www.collegeboard.org. or from the college’s own website under the Admissions section. If you want to take a Gap Year, we still recommend that you apply during the fall of your senior year, and then defer. It is easier to get teacher recommendations and have....View More

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How selective is the Stanford Summer Session for High School students?

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    Kim Dixit
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Kim Dixit Answered a year ago

There are several different summer programs that run at Stanford. Admission to the Humanities Institute is competitive and so is the Math program. The other programs require a solid application but there are more seats available so admission is not as selective. Students I have worked with have really enjoyed all Stanford programs because they attract a high caliber peer group and the length of the programs offers an immersive experience in college life. Good luck!

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