Out of 39,000 high school students applying to Harvard, fewer than 2,000 will be accepted. This is typical for all highly selective schools |
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Did you know that Ivy League schools do NOT base their university admissions just on test scores. Acceptance into private universities consist of specific components when presenting a successful college admissions packet.
Ivy League colleges consider key elements to choosing applicants over thousands of other exceptional applicants. Applicants of different backgrounds, bring to the table experiences, goals, and circumstances; all competing for acceptance. Essays matter, counselor recommendations, curricula and outside activities. These activities include: sports, involvement in humanitarian causes, music, clubs, jobs, and community service.
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Ivy League 2022 Acceptance Rate:
- Harvard. 4.6%
- Princeton. 5.5%
- Columbia. 5.5%
- Yale. 6.3%
- Brown. 7.2%
- Penn. 8.4%
- Dartmouth. 8.7%
- Cornell. 10.3%