| Out of 35,000 high school students applying to Harvard, fewer than 2,000 will be accepted. This is typical for all highly selective schools |
You need more than just advice on how to get into the best college or university; you need an advocate. Gerald Bradshaw, Harvard Law School, Class of 1976, and University of California Berkeley, Class of 1973, a Ivy League college consultant understands the preparation needed to enter the best schools.
Did you know that Ivy League schools do NOT base their university admissions just on a GPA and SAT scores? Acceptance into an Ivy League school consist of specific components, not just good grades and test scores, when presenting a successful college admissions packet.
Ivy League admissions review and consider admissions essays, counselor and teacher recommendations, curricula and outside activities. These activities may include: sports, involvement in humanitarian causes, music, clubs, jobs, and community service.
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