I got the admission for spring 2010 in university of maryland instead of fall 2009?

I got the admission for spring 2010 in university of maryland instead of fall 2009? Topic: Admission university
July 16, 2019 / By Kalisha
Question: I just got a letter from university of maryland which said i got the admission for spring 2010 but they can't offer me fall admission due to the space limitation. Is it true? or that's just an excuse to make me feel better, the real reason is that im not good enough? Please tell me. Thanks!
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Hadley Hadley | 7 days ago
hey i got accepted into spring as well and i did my research and its just that all fall accepted freshmen had a stronger academic record but remeber its hard to get into that shool so all students accepted in the spring have good grades as well just not as good as fall freshmen but still good enough to get accepted into the school. once the senior class graduates after the fall semester and people go off the their study abroad programs there will be room and thats why we are admitted in spring. Dont be mad i was mad for about a week but once you step back you realize that YOU GOT INTO THE UNIVERSITY so be happy
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Hadley Originally Answered: What are the personal statement promps for FALL 2010 for Harvard, Stanford, and University of Pennsylvania?
Stanford, Harvard, Penn and many other universities you may be considering use the Common Application, and you can find everything you need to apply on their website. Simply go to https://www.commonapp.org/CommonApp/Defa... and register. It's free of charge, and easy to do. All three of the universities require you to complete supplements to the common app, but the essay topic choices are the same for the vast majority of institutions using the site. Here they are: ~ Evaluate a significant experience, achievement, risk you have taken, or ethical dilemma you have faced and its impact on you. ~ Discuss some issue of personal, local, national, or international concern and its importance to you. ~ Indicate a person who has had a significant influence on you, and describe that influence. ~ Describe a character in fiction, a historical figure, or a creative work (as in art, music, science, etc.) that has had an influence on you, and explain that influence. ~ A range of academic interests, personal perspectives, and life experiences adds much to the educational mix. Given your personal background, describe an experience that illustrates what you would bring to the diversity in a college community, or an encounter that demonstrated the importance of diversity to you. ~Topic of your choice. The application for 2010 was launched on July 1, and I think it's very wise to start the process early. The essays and profile questions are tremendously important, and you will be better able to craft excellent ones that stand out to the admissions committee if you can dedicate time to focusing purely on them. Really ruminate on the topics before you start writing the essays. Your senior year will be demanding and chock-full of activities and obligations, so take advantage of any free time you have this summer to get the bulk of the writing completed. I finished everything by last August and emailed the drafts to a few of my teachers and asked them for constructive criticism; they were all happy to oblige. Good luck!!!! ~ Pax / Peace

Dlila Dlila
Maryland traditionally admits their stronger applicants in the fall semester -- and they're sometimes overcrowded, with students sometimes packed 3 to a standard dorm room. It's not an ideal situation for those students. Some students will flunk out, some will get homesick and leave, others will choose to transfer or just decide that college isn't for them. That creates some openings in the spring semester, which allows them to admit additional students who are also qualified (rather than reject them entirely). Your success at Maryland will depend entirely on your effort there and not when you are admitted.
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Carlin Carlin
That sounds odd. Won't all the students from fall still be there in spring? They wouldn't of sent anything to "make you feel better". I would call and talk to admissions office.
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Andrina Andrina
I know that they have a rolling admission; my guess is that the fall semester was already filled up with qualified students. You may meet their standards and they still may want you so they admitted you to the spring.
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Wil Wil
It does probably mean that there were people who were better qualified that got into the fall program but that's OK, it's only a couple of months difference in the grand scheme of life.
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Sandford Sandford
just be thankful you got it. you could have been rejected. Edit: and it's not a really bad thing that you got into spring 2010. maybe that'll give you a bit time to find yourself(traveling the world- you learn alot about other peoples cultures and their society)
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