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How did these Ohio quadruplets get into Harvard and Yale (to name a few)? Read their essays.

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**Dear Mr. Bradshaw,
Our son started seventh grade last fall. He is an excellent student and we want him to continue to do well so that he can apply to a top college.

When should we start thinking about hiring a consultant or tutor to help make sure he stays at the top of his class?

Signed: Parent**

+Bradshaw College Consulting +College Admissions Consultant 


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While nationwide there are close to 3,000 colleges to choose from, I tell my clients not to be intimidated by an elite school's admissions standards. The overall application process is the same for Stanford and Berkeley as it is for Purdue or Columbia. The key is to prepare well for your ACT and SAT and have a study/career goal well in mind so that your application essays and interviews will impress the admission decision-makers.

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Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
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Harvard University
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*10 Colleges That Receive the Most Applications*

Among the 10 schools attracting the most applications for admission in fall 2014, nine are in California.

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*10 Universities Where the Fewest Applicants Get In*

The average acceptance rate for fall 2014 was 64.7 percent among ranked colleges and universities reporting data to U.S. News.

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*What does it take to get into an Ivy league school for an indian? *

Take the story of Pooja, the only daughter of two engineers who immigrated to the US from Bangalore.  Her SAT score was 2390 out of 2400, a 4.57 grade point average and aced all 13 of her Advanced Placement exams.

Pooja at 17, an Indian-origin girl has earned admission to 14 top US universities, including all eight Ivy League schools (Brown University, Columbia University, Cornell University, Dartmouth College, Harvard University, the University of Pennsylvania, Princeton University, and Yale University.)

Virginia-born Pooja Chandrashekar applied to all eight colleges -- got accepted in all eight including Stanford and MIT and 4 other top universities.

The amazingly intelligent teen developed a mobile app that analyses speech patterns and predicts with 96 per cent accuracy if a person has Parkinson’s disease. Mind blowing!!

She has also founded a organisation that encourages middle-school American girls to participate in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) programmes. According to Pooja "college admissions are really unpredictable.” so applying to all eight Ivy league Schools was a crapshoot that paid off in a big way.

The lesson tobe learned is there are many amazing schools out there so don't just pick one -- have more choices.

She has narrowed her list to Harvard, Stanford and Brown, where she got into a programme that guarantees her admission to the university’s medical school. Pooja said that what sets her apart is her passion for promoting STEM among young girls. Her non-profit ProjectCSGirls, hosts nationwide computer science competitions, “dedicated to closing the tech gender gap.”

In the last decade, applications to the Ivy League have increased by 76% but the number of acceptances has only increased by 7%.

For International Student

Admission chances, must meet or exceed:
Ace the TOEFL
Prepare to pay
Communicate what makes you unique
Test scores, GPA, activities, and more -- all count!


Keywords: Ivy League schools, Pooja Chandrashekar

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*Wharton MBA Admissions Committee*

Peggy Bishop Lane: Vice Dean of the MBA Program for Executives.

Catherine Molony - Director of the MBA Program for Executives in Philadelphia, and Director of Admissions for the MBA Program for Executives.

Bernadette Birt - Executive Director of the Wharton MBA Program for Executives, San Francisco, and Chief Operating Officer of Wharton | San Francisco.

Diane Sharp - Director of Admissions for the Wharton MBA Program for Executives in Philadelphia.
Barbara Nelles Craft - Marketing and Admissions Associate for the Wharton MBA Program for Executives in San Francisco.

Laura Nash - Marketing and Admissions Associate for the Wharton MBA Program for Executives.

Maia Hughes - Admissions Counselor for the Wharton MBA Program for Executives.

Scott Brownlee - Admissions Counselor for the Wharton MBA Program for Executives.

Anna Skender - Admissions Counselor for the Wharton MBA Program for Executives.
Natalie Lahiff - Admissions Counselor for the Wharton MBA Program for Executives.

Sherry Kim - Admissions Counselor for the Wharton MBA Program for Executives.

Admissions Committee for EMBA – Wharton MBA for Executives Program

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What is the difference between the ACT and SAT? Find Out!

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Is the $72,000 tuition at Manhattan's first and only boarding school really worth it? Go inside and see for yourself:

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Howard Stern actually completed his college education at Boston University earning a degree in communications.
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