Why is it so difficult to get into elite colleges and universities like Harvard, Princeton and Yale (HPY)? The fundamental reason is that more students than ever are getting both exceptional GPAs and perfect or near perfect SAT/ACT/MCAT/GMAT scores. In addition, applicant’s personal and athletic achievements today are unparalleled. Colleges that used to attract students[…]Read More
June started in the public high school in New Jersey, then transferred to a Tennis Academy in Arizona. Essentially self-taught, she took her classes online and scored well on the SAT, ultimately getting recruited to several Ivy League universities. She decided to go to Harvard and majored in economics where as a senior she was captain of the tennis team and collectively with teammates won the Ivy League Tennis title.Read More
Julian graduated from Columbia College in New York, was academically and professionally competitive. He lost much of his writing after graduating college. IvyBound assisted Julian in communicating his true voice through his personal statement, just gaining admission to a top 10 business school.Read More
Haijing graduated from Barnard/Columbia and returned to China after graduation. Haijing is a confident, self-driven and sophisticated fashion buyer with a proven record to bring international business to a clothing start-up company. She received an amazing job offer before the MBA announcements were sent.Read More
Geoffrey was an academically competitive student at Cornell. Though his ultimate goal is medical school, he pursued his interests in Nutrition and further show medical schools of his commitment to the health care field. At Cornell, Geoffrey demonstrated his leadership skills, a characteristic highly valued at institutions of high learning.Read More
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