Articles tagged with: Rutgers - Camden

14 February 2024

Schools Supporting the Self-Reported Academic Record (SRAR/SSAR)

Posted in Your College List, Class of 2028

Self-Reported Academic Record Several popular colleges and universities now support the Self-Reported Academic Record (SRAR), also known as the Self-Reported Student Academic Record (SSAR), which allows students to submit their courses, grades, and test results to colleges during the application process.

That said, how the SRAR is used by these institutions varies. To help you navigate it all, we've enhanced the current list of participating institutions and polices for domestic and international applicants with admit rates, test score ranges and direct links to the SRAR section of their admissions websites.

Note that while most of the 30+ participating institutions are public universities, there are two notable privates requiring the SRAR: New York University (NYU) and Northeastern University.

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08 February 2023

Colleges Where Demonstrated Interest is Important or Very Important

Posted in Your College List

strategizeTrying to understand how demonstrated interest factors into a college/university you're considering?  Then check out our list of institutions where demonstrated interest is deemed important or very important.  

To compile the list, we've identified every school in our coverage universe where the Common Data Set entry for "level of applicant's interest" is reported as important or very important.  Note that the Common Data set defines four options—very important, important, considered and not considered—and that inconsistencies are likely to exist in the way colleges define these terms.  

Nevertheless, the list remains a great way to get a better sense for where visiting a campus (virtually), taking advantage of an optional interview or completing an optional essay prompt may more strongly weigh on your candidacy for admission. 

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