It's the question every high school senior asks: What happens in the admissions office?
You work for months, bundle your entire life together into a neat, 12-15 page application, send it off, and wait.
But what goes on from the other side? How are applications read? How are decisions made?
Susan Shifflett, a former Assistant Director of Admissions from Yale University, unpacks the college admissions scandal with Good Morning America and discusses what the bribery means for the future of the application process.
Getting admitted to a top public college is becoming tougher, as applicant pools grow and average acceptance rates fall.
That's one finding of an analysis of data ...