Study: Colleges rejected more applicants over naughty social antics10/30/2012
We know you'll have a lot on your plate this year, high school grads: keeping your grades up, applying to college, ensuring you have a senior prom date, etc. But you may want to add "clean online footprint" to the pre-graduation to-do list. A survey by Kaplan Test Prep found that, compared to last year, three times as many colleges have spotted deal-breaking bad behavior on applicants' Facebook, Twitter and other social media accounts. The lesson? If you hope to someday post photos from your freshman year keggers, better remove those ones from your high school keggers. [Source]
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