Can you use the same personal statement for different schools?
You shouldn’t submit the same personal statement to multiple different schools, just changing the school and program names. Worse, you’re proving to yourself that you don’t have what it takes to write a different statement for each school, which is a little lazy and pretty insulting to the addressee. So don’t do it!
Does common app tell you if you got accepted?
All that the Common App does is allow you to submit the same data from one location for multiple schools. Once submitted it has nothing to do with what goes on after that. The schools will contact you directly via email, letter or a link to their website notifying you of their decision.
Can you lie about being a first generation college student?
Your parents having a higher level education only really helps you if the university you’re applying to is their alma mater. Any college offering Legacy Admissions/Preferences can easily verify whether your parents attended. NO, you can not do this without your lie being exposed.
What percentage of community college students are first generation?
Students with dependents are likely to have young children. In 2016, 15% of community college students had a dependent 6 years old or younger. 7. Nearly one-third of community college students are the first-generation to attend college.