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Higher Ed Round-up
September 28, 1998
Sloan School now accepting online applications only
MIT says the new policy will save thousands of dollars in processing, printing, and postage costs, in addition to countless hours of staff time. The Sloan School is using a new Internet site started by sponsors of the Graduate Management Admission Test that allows students to fill out application forms, pay application fees, and arrange to have their GMAT scores sent to MIT. The only items that cannot yet be sent electronically are college transcripts and letters of recommendation.
(Sources: The Boston Globe, August 4; Financial Times, August 17..
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