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A recent report released by Kaplan said that many of seniors should be more careful about what they post online.
The report said 24 percent of college admission officers find high school applicants on facebook while 20 percent google the applicant's name.
The trend is on the rise, Kaplan said. In 2008, only 10 percent of college admission officers checked applicants facebook pages.
Do you think college admission officers should be searching for applicants on the internet?