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Published on Apr 17, 2018
More than two-thirds of colleges (68 percent) say that it’s “fair game” for them to visit applicants’ social media profiles like Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter to help them decide who gets in -- despite the fact that less than a third actually engage in the practice, according to Kaplan Test Prep’s annual survey of admissions officers. Notably, students agree: a separate Kaplan survey of over 900 high school students finds that 70 percent consider social media profiles “fair game” for admissions officers evaluating applicants.