You Put WHAT In Your Harvard Application?
How far will high-school seniors go to get college admissions officers' attention...
How far will high-school seniors go to get college admissions officers' attention? In an article that quotes Harvard College dean of admissions and financial aid William R. Fitzsimmons, the Boston Globe takes a look at some of students' quirkier attempts to get noticed.
Among the things admissions officers don't recommend: nude photos and taxidermy. Apparently, these are things actual applicants have tried.
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