If you’re a regular reader of our college admissions blog and there’s a topic we haven’t addressed of late, we’d love for you to write in and let us know what you wish to read about. We blog about highly selective college admissions every day of the week. And this has been the case for many years. Literally. Go back to any day of the week, any month of the year for the last several years and you can bet we have a blog about college admissions posted. So sometimes we like to solicit ideas from our readers since you’re the reason we take the time to write this college admissions blog.
So what ideas do you have? Pretend this is your newsroom. What issues do you wish for us to tackle? Need-blind admissions? Legacy admission? The Interest Quotient? The University of Chicago’s stance on safe spaces? You name it, we’re likely willing to address the issue — so long as it doesn’t involve giving away any of our secret sauce. After all, even if you read our college admissions blog every single day (thank you for reading!), know that there’s a whole lot we don’t write about on these pages, a whole lot of secrets that are expressly reserved for Ivy Coach clients. It’s why we end up repeating ourselves sometimes on our blog — because we run out of material from time to time. Like today. When we’re asking our readers for ideas!
So write in with an email, post a Comment below, or shout out to us from across the table at Grounded Organic Coffee & Tea House in the West Village of Manhattan. Yes, we see you at the table by the counter, Malcolm Gladwell. Are you working on your next great book? We’re big fans and can’t wait to read it! In fact, we’re practically starstruck. But we digress. So send in your ideas and we’ll try to address them when we’re not trying to read what Malcolm is working on over there on his laptop.
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