Rejections From Virginia Universities Creates Frustration in Local Students
Randy McKnight, from AGM-College Advisors, LLC, has shared an Article with EduPlan, that shows how students with a high GPA and those who have been involved in their community, are being rejected from the University of their dream. Read the story of Amanda Scarangella.
Loudoun Supervisors push to limit out-of-state students in Virginia universities
By Michael Alison Chandler, Published: November 22, 2013
The rejection letter Amanda Scarangella received last year from the University of Virginia set off a tear-soaked night for the Ashburn teen.
For Scarangella, who took seven Advanced Placement courses at Stone Bridge High School and participated in an elite girls leadership training program, the rejection letter was a shock. For her parents, who moved to Northern Virginia because of its strong public schools and access to renowned public colleges, it was frustrating.
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