High school students today are proof that you can be tech savvy without paying much attention to email. Most teens prefer to prefer to text (for one-on-one and small-group conversations) and Facebook (for more “public” messages).
Despite these predilections, many colleges only send their admissions decisions via email.
If you’re a current college applicant, this means you’ll have to alter your behavior somewhat between now and April 1. You should check your email—your main inbox as well as your junk mail folder—every day. Doing so will prevent “unseen” decisions, which can adversely affect your college selection process.
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