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Monday, March 30, 2015

It might sound phony on a rejection letter, but colleges really are experiencing record numbers of applicants. (Chris Dorney/Shutterstock)

Rejected: Surviving the College Application Process

College rejections galore are imminent and sure to shatter the hopes and dreams of high school seniors around the country. But falling short of the number one school isn't the end of the world. Leora Lieberman is a public health graduate student at the University of Florida and Muath Alawi is a junior an Binghamton University. Both set their sights high when applying and were rejected from their top schools. But they also say they've learned a lot from that experience, and they're doing just fine today.

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