America's Elite Colleges: The Smart Applicant's Guide to the Ivy League and Other Top Schools
The competition for getting into an Ivy League college is fierce--in 1999 only 15% of 122,000 applicants were accepted--and parents and students alike need strategies from the inside for getting into our nation's elite schools. The Princeton Review knows the politics behind college admissions and in this book they share their knowledge to teach students how to make their applications shine and to solidify their chances at landing a spot in an Ivy League school.
Includes detailed, specific admission information on all eight schools of the Ivy League:
As well as other top-tier, non-ivies such as:
and many more
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