#研究分享#【社交媒体与大学招生】

#研究分享#【社交媒体与大学招生】国际教育集团Kaplan调查了全美一流大学的387名招生人员发现,40%的招生人员会查看申请学生的社交媒体账户,目的是了解申请人的课外活动、获奖情况、有无不良行为或犯罪记录。这一比率是2008年的4倍。其中37%认为申请人的社交资料为其录取带来积极影响,37%认为带来负面影响。

Survey reveals 40% of admissions officers check social media pages

 By Celina Gore - News Associate Producer

 

College admissions officers are watching students' footprints online.

A Kaplan Test Prep survey found 40-percent of college admissions officers are searching social media pages of candidates to learn more about them.

The percentage of those checking profiles is four times as many as in 2008.

Admissions officers say they visit profiles to look into students' extracurricular activities, awards, criminal history or reported inappropriate behavior.

In addition, the survey revealed that 37-percent of admissions officers say what they see on social media pages has positively impacted a person's application. The same percentage says it had a negative impact.

Kaplan surveyed 387 admissions officers from top colleges around the nation in 2015.

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