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Several years ago there was a note in the International Herald Tribune about university admissions, we've included an expert below which reflects our advice to families on the university admissions process.
Advice on getting one's offspring into college appeared in a letter to the New York Times from James H. Rogers, then admissions director at Brown University, which consistently appears on most lists of 10 best educational institutions in the United States. He wrote, "my advice: hug and nurture your children and do not worry where they go to college. They will go to college, and perhaps even a selective one, if you are watchful and caring and do not treat them like a product to be sold to colleges."

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