The competition for college admissions is getting fiercer each year with most colleges receiving record number of applications and hence becoming increasingly selective. The admissions process is extremely stressful and unpredictable to both students and their parents.
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When the first step is like this, the second step may be hiring a robot teacher...
It is unclear if more than expected 3.25 score candidates accept, then the chances of giving admission to higher GPA or score candidates may go down how does the model adjust may be better to publish more bids table instances to clear this up
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