The Best Book on lvy League Admissions (Paperback)

Aya Inamori (Stanford Student), James Watanabe (MIT Alum), Joyce Ding (Stanford Student), Ashley Artmann (Stanford Student), Sandy Yu (Stanford Alum), Tyler White (Stanford Student), Atasha Jordan (Harvard Student), Robert Lee (Harvard Student)

  • 出版商: Hyperink
  • 出版日期: 2011-01-01
  • 售價: $600
  • 貴賓價: 9.5$570
  • 語言: 英文
  • 頁數: 216
  • 裝訂: Paperback
  • ISBN: 1614640025
  • ISBN-13: 9781614640028
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Our Ivy League Students Share Tips & Strategies That Will Get You Into Your Dream School!

We know exactly how you feel. We've been through the grueling and stressful admissions process. As successful Ivy League applicants, we have the insider tips and strategies that take the guesswork out of college applications.
Where you go to college will affect the rest of your life. If you're going to invest 4 years of your life and $200,000 on your education, you'll want to attend elite schools like Harvard or Stanford. However, most of the admissions guides you'll find offer advice that's too general, outdated, and oftentimes completely ineffective.
Our strategies worked for us, and they'll definitely work for you. We each come from different educational backgrounds, so you can find admissions strategies that relate specifically to you.
With the right advice, the Ivy League is yours for the taking.
  • The 5 unspoken questions that admissions officers want answered in your application
  • How taking the right community college courses can help you get into top schools
  • The 3 critical strategies for getting into Harvard with a low GPA
  • Best kept secrets on scoring 2400s, 36s, and 5s!
  • The 4 steps you need to take to get great recommendation letters
  • AP or IB? The truth behind which program admissions officers value the most
  • The 3 most important extracurriculars and how the Ivies rank them
  • How to break into the Ivy League as a transfer student
  • 3 little known things your guidance counselor can do to increase your acceptance chances
Tyler is a sophomore at Stanford University in California. He is currently pursuing a degree in Symbolic Systems with an honors concentration in Ethics and Society. He went to school in Crystal Lake, IL and was born in Cleveland Ohio. He spent his freshman year at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor before transferring to Stanford for his sophomore year. At Stanford he is a brother of Alpha Kappa Psi Professional Business Fraternity and sings a cappella with Everyday People, Stanford's R&B and soul group. His passions include achievement gaps in education and entrepreneurship. In the future, he hopes to either start or work for a company that allows him to work with education initiatives. He ultimately wants to eradicate the racial achievement gap at all levels.
Aya is a senior at Stanford University. She applied there as an international student from Tokyo. Her academic interests lie in the fields of linguistics (bilingualism) and clinical psychology (child and adolescent mental health). Aya loves working with children. She finds their energy, curiosity, and creativity contagious. She is also interested in how language shapes a child's developing mind. Her long-term goal is to become a child clinical psychologist. Aya also enjoys learning new languages, traveling and eating good food.

Ashley is currently a junior at Stanford University majoring in English and Communication. She has loved her time at Stanford and grown much as a person, but her days back at Green Valley HS in Las Vegas, NV aren't too foggy in her memory either. Ashley was an IB student who was in love with Forensics (Speech and Debate), dabbled in classical piano, and enjoyed her public high school experience to the fullest. While she had good grades with SAT and AP/IB numbers working in her favor, when it came to getting into Stanford, what made her stand out was her essays.