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    When Are College Admissions Decisions Released?

    April 1st is the last day for colleges to release their admissions decisions for the Class of 2021. Many top colleges release their admissions decisions earlier, however. For example, MIT, UChicago, CalTech, and Georgia Tech are among the top colleges with earlier release dates for their …

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    With Increasing Selectivity, Are These Colleges on Your List?

    Over the past decade, acceptance rates fell by half at top colleges across the country. As many colleges receive an increase in applications each year (one college now breaking 100,000), this trend is likely to continue. What does this mean for you? If you are applying to college next …

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    Ivy League Acceptance Rates Expected to be Lower

    Recently, we reported that the Ivy League received a historic number of early applications—breaking admissions records. This resulted in six of the eight Ivy League colleges reporting record-low early acceptance rates. The increase in applications continued to the Regular Decision round, and it is expected that the …

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    High School Juniors, Are You Taking These Steps?

    If you are a high school junior, there are only seven months left to impress your colleges before applications go live next August. With most of the top colleges, including all of the Ivy League, reporting a record number of applicants this year, we expect next year …

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    Ivy League Statistics for Early Admissions for the Class of 2021

    Each of the Ivy League colleges reported a record number of early applicants for the Class of 2021, making it the most competitive early applicant pool in the Ivy League’s history. So far, all of the Ivy League colleges, with the exception of Dartmouth and …

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    Winter Break Can Help Juniors Get Into College

    If you are a high school junior, winter break is an ideal time to catch up on your college preparations or get an extra edge ahead of the competition. As a junior in high school, there are only a few months remaining before you apply …

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    The (Dis)advantage of Being First to Submit A College Application

    When should you submit your college application? Is it more advantageous to be the first or last student to apply? The answer: It often does not matter. Many seniors and their families believe a student should submit their application as soon as possible—giving the college …

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    The Only Formula for College Success

    Not all information about college admissions is true. When applying to top, selective colleges, such as those among the Ivy League, every detail must be correctly completed, as the competition leaves little room for mistakes. Unfortunately, there is an abundance of false, inaccurate, and even contradicting …

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    The First-Ever Online College Admissions Course

    The Ivy Dean recently launched its College Admissions Academy, which hosts the first-ever series of online college admissions classes taught by a former Ivy League Dean of Admissions. The college application process to top colleges becomes more complex and selective each year. More so than …

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    The Ivy Dean’s 2016 College Success

    The Ivy Dean had another successful year of college acceptances! For the 2015-2016 college admissions cycle, all of our students got accepted to a top college and many to the Ivy League. Among the many acceptances, our students got accepted to colleges such as: Columbia …

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