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Please see the following article with some great information... "Although the option has been around for awhile, ED II has gained popularity among schools in the past five years or so, says Rubenstone. Of the 456 Common App colleges, about 15 percent offer ED II. It's prevalent among the better-known liberal arts colleges, including Swarthmore, Bowdoin, Middlebury, and Tufts and a number of smaller private universities, such as Brandeis, Vanderbilt, Emory, Carnegie Mellon, and Wesleyan. ED II is not offered at any of the Ivies or Johns Hopkins, Washington University, Rice, Amherst, Williams, or Wellesley." http://blogs.edweek.org/edweek/college_bound/2011/11/education_leaders_are_closer_to.html

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