The following infographic includes the 2016 early decision admissions results from each of the eight Ivy League universities. If you are having difficulty viewing the infographic, please refresh the page.
Interested in pursuing an MS in finance? If so, it’s important to observe what recent class profiles look like and how your own profile compares to admitted students from recent years. Here are five class profiles from last year that are worth a look! MIT (Sloan) Class size: 114 Average GPA: 3.7 Average GMAT: 740 Percentage of female … Continue reading Master of Finance (MSF) class profiles
Standardized testing, for better or for worse, can be a distinguishing piece of your child’s application. Students with subpar test results and an otherwise strong academic record should look to SAT/ACT optional institutions to help improve their chances of getting admitted. Here are some of the best test-optional and test-flexible schools in the U.S. Wesleyan … Continue reading The best test-optional schools in the U.S.
In 1990, just 9% of graduating high school seniors were applying to 7 or more colleges. By 2011, that number had shot up to 29% (data from NACAC). With increased marketing and recruitment efforts, the growing popularity and accessibility of the Common Application and a more competitive process overall, the trend should come as no surprise. All good, right? That depends on who … Continue reading The importance of “demonstrated interest”