When a letter arrives with the waiting list, you’ll probably be disappointed if you just sit back and wait for the admission notification instead of taking actions immediately. Waiting list admission is a common practice amongst US schools and programs. In the case that an admitted student gives up the offer for various reasons such as accepting another offer, another student will be selected from the waiting list for admission.
Generally, the number waiting list letters sent out will be close to as many as the number of admitted students. So, the waiting list letter has another name, the comfort letter. Our EduEliteUSA experts, who are familiar with the admission procedures and departments of many excellent schools, will give advice and suggested operating protocol for the waitlisted students and parents in order to make the most of this position. We will help you strive for an interview opportunity in the second round and take other proactive stances to help you stand out from the waiting crowd.
If a direct admission to the ideal high school or university can’t be realized, a transfer application may be another method. Transferring to a US high school or university from mainland China or another overseas country while bringing the credit scores and courses along without any delay in studying progress or graduation schedule can be a complicated matter. EduElite would be happy to work with you to create a detailed, personal transfer plan.