You've narrowed your choice of colleges down to seven different schools. Now comes the fun part: filling out seven different applications. This means entering your name/address/school data over and over and writing multiple personal essays. At long last, an alternative: the Common Application.The Common Application, commonly known as the Common App, is a standardized undergraduate college application form that is accepted at more than 700 accredited, independent colleges and universities nationwide.The Common Application looks similar to most college applications, with all the usual fields for name, address, school and test data, as well as questions about your work experience and volunteer activities.
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