Class of 2026 sets early application records, while The Ivy Dean’s students see incredible admissions results
Despite unusually low acceptance rates at top colleges, including those in the Ivy League, our students gained admission to Harvard, Princeton, Cornell, the University of Pennsylvania, Brown, Georgetown, NYU and Colgate, among others.
The Ivy League schools witnessed a dramatic spike in early applicants this year, due to the COVID-19 pandemic. See the Class of 2025’s early acceptance rates and our theories for the record-high number of applications.
Here are the early acceptance rates for the top 30 U.S. universities and colleges that offer an early action or decision program, in order of their national rankings.
No matter how strong your application, and no matter how much you want to attend a particular school, the best approach is to keep your options open by continuing to apply during the regular admissions cycle.
Now that October is well underway, the most important thing for college applicants to consider is whether or not to submit an early application. And, equally important, whether to apply early decision or early action. In this article, I will review both the early decision and early action application options, weighing the pros and cons […]
On paper, I am by no means a perfect student. However, thanks to my Application Positioning, I was able to maximize the strengths that I bring to a college to compensate for other factors. Thanks to The Ivy Dean Team, I will be attending Princeton University, my dream school, in the fall.
Dee provided excellent advice and guidance throughout the application process. Her overall expertise in admissions, professionalism and warmth made the experience a great one. I was thrilled that I was accepted to several of the most selective colleges in the country and will be attending Stanford in the fall.”