Originally Posted by indigo
Originally Posted by 22B
I'm trying to understand how and why "elite" colleges (not necessarily just Ivies) select students to admit using not just academics, but also "Extra-Curriculars" (ECs)... I'd specifically like to hear actionable information and actual experiences.
The definitions of actionable include:
1. giving sufficient reason to take legal action, for example a lawsuit against an school which did not grant a student admission.
2. able to be done or acted on; having practical value, for example coaching a student about academics/extracurriculars to increase likeliness for admission to an elite or ivy league school.

Which type of "actionable information" have you been seeking with this thread?

2(ish): able to be acted on