Redesigned Ivy Coach Site

University Admissions, College Admission, Ivy League Admission, Getting Into College

Ivy Coach site has been redesigned. We hope you enjoy the new look and find learning information about the college admissions process through the site a breeze.

You’ll notice today that we’ve unveiled a redesigned website for Ivy Coach. On the freshly designed site, you’ll be able to watch college admissions videos, read blogs on the latest news in the highly selective college admissions process, check out our compiled and comprehensive annual Ivy League statistics, peruse our service offerings, and read about various highly selective universities, among many other options.

We hope that you enjoy the redesigned website for Ivy Coach by Pixel Juice Productions and find it easy to navigate and research information about the college admissions process. We’ve long been of the opinion that we should share (some) of our expertise with not only our clients but with anyone interested in improving their (or their child’s) odds of getting into a highly selective college. Our website has done that for the past decade but we think our redesigned site does a better job of presenting it to you.

Check back here for our regularly updated college admissions blog posts to learn about what you shouldn’t write in a college essay. Or what you should ask in a college alumni interview. Or what not to include on your activity sheet. Or how a teacher letter of recommendation can be more effective in persuading college admissions officers. Or to learn about the latest college admissions scandal (hi, Claremont McKenna College).

We look forward to offering you advice and expertise now and going forward…


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