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Yale University Waitlist Acceptance Rate

Were you waitlisted to the Yale University Class of 2027? Find out your chances of admission. And find out your chances with Ivy Coach!

April 8, 2023

Brown University Waitlist Acceptance Rate

Check out the Brown waitlist acceptance rates and statistics through the years. And learn how Ivy Coach can help optimize your chances!

April 7, 2023

Class of 2027 College Admissions Statistics: A Year in Review

Many elite universities have released Regular Decision notifications to the Class of 2027. Check out the admission rates at these schools!

April 2, 2023

Dartmouth College Waitlist Acceptance Rate

Check out Dartmouth College’s waitlist acceptance rates from 2022 through 2003. Dartmouth’s average waitlist acceptance rate? 6.69%.

March 31, 2023

Harvard University Waitlist Acceptance Rate

Historically, Harvard has admitted between 0-200+ applicants in a given year off its waitlist. Learn more about the Harvard waitlist!

March 30, 2023

University of Pennsylvania Waitlist Acceptance Rate

Were you waitlisted to the UPenn Class of 2027? Find out your chances of admission. And find out your chances with Ivy Coach!

March 30, 2023

Yes, Where You Go To College Matters

Where you go to college matters for career earning potential. Graduates have the highest earning potential from America’s top colleges.

March 29, 2023

What Are Your Chances of Getting In to College After Being Waitlisted?

Contrary to popular belief, being waitlisted is not the same as being rejected. Every student has a chance of admission. Learn more!

March 28, 2023

What Does ‘Waitlisted’ Mean in College Admissions?

What does it mean to be waitlisted? It means you were neither accepted nor denied admission. You’re in the middle ground. Learn more!

March 27, 2023

How to Write a Waitlist Appeal Letter

Some call it a Letter of Continued Interest. Others call it a Letter of Enthusiasm. And still others call it a Waitlist Appeal Letter. Whatever you choose to call it, if a highly selective university has waitlisted you and you want to get off that waitlist, you have to submit a powerful letter that sways admissions officers to root for you.

March 26, 2023

Devaluing the College Alumni Interview

The college alumni interview has become increasingly less significant. In late 2022, Brown University even permanently eliminated interviews.

March 24, 2023

Is Accepting a Position on the Waitlist Binding?

Accepting a spot on a college’s waitlist does not bind a student to attend that institution if offered admission. Learn more!

March 22, 2023

Colleges with Highest Jewish Populations in 2022

Learn which universities in America and Canada boast the most significant Jewish populations among student bodies.

March 21, 2023

The Scoop on the Harvard Z-List

The Harvard Z-List is a pathway for the children of families with deep ties to the institution to get in. Learn how Ivy Coach can help.

March 19, 2023

Why Top Colleges Like Transfer Students

Top colleges like to admit transfer students. Transfer students contribute to campus diversity in significant ways.

March 18, 2023

The Admission of Younger Siblings As Legacy

Most highly selective universities offer an advantage to siblings of current or former students — but only if the siblings apply Early.

March 17, 2023

What Are the Best Extracurriculars for College?

Highly selective colleges seek to admit students who demonstrate a singular hook. Learn about the best kinds of extracurriculars for college!

March 16, 2023

Top 25 American Film Schools

Check out “The Hollywood Reporter’s” 2022 film school ranking. See which universities top the list of film and television programs.

March 15, 2023

UPenn GPA Requirements

Learn about the University of Pennsylvania’s GPA statistics for admitted students to the Ivy League institution.

March 14, 2023

Fact Checking in College Admissions

While admissions officers at America’s elite colleges rarely fact-check application details, applicants would be foolish not to be honest.

March 13, 2023


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