Kaplan’s survey also found that only 15% of colleges currently have rules regarding the checking of applicants’ Facebook or social networking pages – a percentage that has remained fairly consistent over the past few years. Of schools that do have a policy, 69% said the policy prohibited admissions officers from visiting applicants’ pages – still leaving the vast majority of admissions officers with the flexibility to act at their own discretion.Students can learn more about how to better safeguard their digital footprints at www.kaptest.com/socialmediatips.
Kaplan Test Prep Survey Finds That College Admissions Officers’ Discovery Of Online Material Damaging To Applicants Nearly Triples In A Year
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