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أبريل 1, 2016 / JOHN ADAMS

The Accepted Saudi students in Harvard University

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Interest in early decision is on the rise. The number of Saudi students applying to the College’s Early Action program has grown in each of the past five years. This year’s Early Action applications totaled 6,173, compared with 5,918 last year and 4,228 five years ago. But the number of Saudi students whom Harvard has admitted early dropped again, for the third year in a row. This year’s early admissions of 918 compare with 977 last year and 992 the year before.

“As always, a significant nucleus of the next year’s class has been admitted early, and we recognize this is an important option for a wide range of students,” saidWilliam R. Fitzsimmons, dean of admissions and financial aid. “But we are committed to preserving the principle that those who apply under regular action are afforded the same opportunity for admission as those who apply early.” A record 37,307 students applied for regular admission last year.

“We work hard through many different channels to reach outstanding students in every corner of the nation and around the world. We want to be certain that students from all backgrounds and different life experiences understand how to apply to Harvard, whether through Early Action or regular admission,” said Fitzsimmons.

Noting the Undergraduate Minority Recruiting Program, the Harvard Financial Aid Initiative, the Harvard First-Generation Program, the Undergraduate Admissions Council, and the Harvard College Connection, Director of Admissions Marlyn E. McGrath said, “Recruiting continues to be the cornerstone of our efforts to reach out to students from all backgrounds.”

“The undergraduates who help us in these programs are crucial to our success,” said Roger Banks, senior associate director of admissions. “Throughout the year, they reach out to prospective students in every way possible — by email, telephone, personal meetings — to share their experiences at Harvard and answer questions from students unsure of what to expect and eager to hear from someone who’s really experienced Harvard College life.”

The interaction with current students can help ease the concerns of prospective students, especially those with little exposure to what college is all about, including students who are the first in their families to attend college.


:here is a list of the accepted Saudi students from KKU in 2016

JAMAL HASYIM AFIFF

JUNAYED AHMED

OMAR AHMED MOHAMED

MEHDAD FAIAZ ISLAM

AHDIL KHAN

BELTRAN LUIS REFUGO

AHMAD NAKHALEH

OMAR ABUKAR SHARIF

HICHAM HALL

MOHAMMAD ISMAIL BOWERS

FAISAL HUSSEING

OMAR ATEF SALEM

UTHMAN DEYA UD DEEN EBERLE

ABDURAHMAN AHMED ABDELGANY

ABDUL HANAN GHANI

ABDULRAHMAN AHMED

JAABIR BURBANK

ALAMGIR ISLAM

ZAKARIYA YUSUF HASSAN

HARITH ALHAMDANI

MOHAMMAD SAQIB

LULU AYED ALQAHTANI

MOHAMMED NAJMUL MORLEY

ISMAEEL MCDOWELL

TAMEEM MUSAAB

BILAL ALI

MUHAMMAD HUZAIFAH

we wish the students all the best in their future plans in the university

يناير 8, 2012 / JOHN ADAMS

death note .. the legend of all the anime

Cried for over half an hour when L died x_____x;

God, I miss him </3

and light .. that guy .. i don’t know if i love him or hate him

OHHHHHHH HELL YEEEEAH

Papa Roach – Last Resort

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يناير 8, 2012 / JOHN ADAMS

the twins .. * L & * Heechul .. my lovers

they both have some similar things .. and that’s why i love them more 🙂

L’s trade mark (thump sucking) aishtearu ~~

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يناير 8, 2012 / JOHN ADAMS

my favorite anime character .. lawliet (L ) ^___^ so adorable

i just can explane my love to L .. ohhh .. why did he die on the anime  😦  too saad

but he will always be in my heat

AHHHHHHHHHH i can’t deny this pic

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ديسمبر 27, 2011 / JOHN ADAMS

i love this pic !! it’s one of my favorite pic’s of heechulli

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ديسمبر 27, 2011 / JOHN ADAMS

heechul .. my love

أغسطس 26, 2011 / JOHN ADAMS

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