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Study shows that 45 percent of bachelor's degree recipients studied at two-year institutions first -- as many as three-quarters in some states.
As most colleges see surge in this kind of application, U. of San Diego decides the approach isn't best for the institution or its students.
New law school study raises questions about whether money spent on marketing has any influence on U.S. News rankings.
Offers to Chinese students are up 20 percent, but figures for India and South Korea are flat.
Changes have been negligible over the last five years.
Study tracks how many and which tools are most popular among highly ranked colleges.
Applicant alleges that Baylor University's law school discriminated against him by not accounting for grade inflation in admissions.
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