Emory University 2021-2022 Essay Prompts

Emory University has released its 2021-2022 admissions essays for applicants to the Class of 2026. This year, Emory’s admissions committee is asking applicants to respond to two essay prompts: a 200-word essay and a 150-word essay. It’s one of the shorter supplements among the highly selective universities. By means of … 

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We Call Nonsense on Emory Admissions

Emma Gonzalez, the Marjory Stoneman Douglas grad who became a leading voice in support of gun control, said it best when she declared, “We call BS.” Well, today, we call nonsense on Emory’s admissions office. The core objectives of Ivy Coach’s college admissions blog are to debunk misconceptions about the … 

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Emory University Class of 2025 Early Decision I Statistics

Emory University has released its admissions statistics for the Early Decision I round of its Class of 2025. Of the 1,975 students who applied Early Decision I to Emory this fall (an 8% jump from this time last year), 769 earned admission — including every one of Ivy Coach’s applicants … 

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Inside Emory’s Admissions Office

There’s a good article in The Wall Street Journal today by Jeffrey Selingo that focuses on how college admissions offices put the final touches on an incoming class. In his piece, “The Secrets of Elite College Admissions,” Selingo focuses on his year — the 2018-2019 cycle — embedded within the … 

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Emory University Class of 2022

Emory University’s admissions statistics for the Class of 2022 are in the books. In all, 27,982 students submitted applications to the Atlanta, Georgia-based university this year. This includes Early Decision I, Early Decision II, and Regular Decision applications. The figure, an all-time record, marks a 16% jump from the number … 

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Admission to Emory University

Remember the Claremont McKenna College admissions scandal? As we recently noted, the fact that the former CMC Dean of Admissions fudged the data the school reported to “US News & World Report” did not negatively impact the college’s ranking goes to show you that the powerful magazine doesn’t penalize cheaters … 

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