Applying Early Decision to Dartmouth

Will your child be applying Early Decision to Dartmouth College in a little over a week’s time? If so, you might wish to have their application reviewed by a former Dartmouth admissions officer through Ivy Coach’s Senior Application Review. While there will certainly be mistakes that can’t be corrected at … 

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Applying Early Decision to UPenn

Will you be applying Early Decision to the University of Pennsylvania by November 1st? If so, you might want to have a former UPenn admissions officer, Ivy Coach’s Jayson Weingarten, go through your application with you — piece by piece during Ivy Coach’s Senior Application Review — and let you … 

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Ivy League Vaccination Rates

Curious to know the percentage of students who have been vaccinated at each of the Ivy League schools? If so, we’ve got the answers for you, though do keep in mind that each of these institutions reports the figures differently. At Yale University, 99.6% of undergraduate students are vaccinated, while … 

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Cornell Tours Resume

Guess what’s back? Back again. In-person campus tours have resumed at Cornell University. We know, we know. You thought you’d never see the day. But groups of parents and teenagers following closely behind a backward-walking college student will be ubiquitous on Cornell’s campus again. In fact, these tours are already … 

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2021 Ivy League Football Standings

In Ivy League football, a champion — or champions in the event of a tie atop the standings — has been crowned every year since 1956. Until last year of course when Dartmouth College and Yale University did not have an opportunity to defend their 2019 title due to the … 

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Middle-Income Students Applying to Brown

Our nation’s most elite universities have no shortage of students from high-income families. But tell us something we don’t know, Ivy Coach! We’ve all seen the names on the buildings around campuses. We’ve all heard about the large donations some members of society’s upper crust make to these institutions. And … 

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Cornell Extends Test-Optional Policy

Cornell University, the first of the Ivy League institutions to go test-optional in 2020 as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, has extended its test-optional policy in admissions through fall 2024. Fall 2023 and 2024 applicants will not be required to submit SAT or ACT scores. And why is Cornell’s … 

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More Details on Cornell Class of 2025

A few weeks back, we shared the Cornell University Class of 2025 admissions statistics with our readers. Cornell, you see, has joined the group of schools that share their admission statistics a few months after most schools. And why? Well, so as not to add to the stress surrounding the … 

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Princeton Classics Major Requirements

Thinking of majoring in Classics at Princeton University? If so, know that the requirements for the major changed this past May — and not without some controversy. You see, the Greek and Latin requirements for the major have been dropped. Previously, students were required to be proficient in these languages … 

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Harvard Admissions Events to Remain Virtual

Harvard University has decided to keep its admissions events virtual through at least January 2022. That’s right. There will be no in-person information sessions or tours at Harvard through the rest of 2021 due to the spread of the Delta variant. And while there was a glimmer of hope earlier … 

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