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If you get an offer relatively early, like mid November, does that increase your chance of being allocated to your first choice?
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If you get an offer relatively early, like mid November, does that increase your chance of being allocated to your first choice?
Depends on the college, but generally speaking having your offer before they start allocating colleges slightly increases your chance of getting your first choice, but in the majority of cases, not significantly so
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