Harvard Class of 2024 Yield Holds Steady

During the months of March and April, as folks in the college admissions community stressed about how many students across America would be taking gap years next year, we expressed that the vast majority of American students would not choose to take gap years. Ivy Coach’s famously accurate crystal ball … 

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Harvard Class of 2023 Yield

The vast majority of students who are admitted to Harvard University choose to attend Harvard. We know, we know. What we’ve said isn’t exactly revelatory. But we’d also argue that stating highly selective colleges, like Harvard, don’t seek well-rounded students but instead seek singularly talented students isn’t revelatory either. And … 

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Harvard’s Yield Rate

One of the objectives of our college admissions blog is to correct commonly held misconceptions about the highly selective college admissions process, misconceptions often perpetuated by college admissions officers, college counselors, students, parents, reporters, and more. Today, we came across a funny misconception in a “Forbes” article by Christopher Rim … 

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Harvard Yield

The Harvard yield statistic is in for the Harvard Class of 2018 and that figure stands at about 82%. This means that about 82% of students who were offered admission to Harvard University intend to matriculate this coming fall to be members of Harvard’s Class of 2018. This 82% yield … 

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