IvyZen encourages its students to sharpen their focus... by applying to new and specific majors, eliminating time-consuming extracurricular activities... , and filtering out the well-intentioned but outdated advice of their high school counselors."
San Francisco, California (PRWEB) March 29, 2016
Students attempting to enter America’s elite universities are facing stiffer competition than ever as admissions rates shrink lower and lower. These students are extremely well qualified but are having a difficult time gaining admissions using the traditional methods explained by experts in countless books. IvyZen takes a new approach to Ivy League admissions. This approach has led to hundreds of students successfully entering their dream schools using these unconventional but effective techniques.
On IvyZen’s newly revamped website, students can read several articles detailing methods for standing out among the stacks of applications. One of these articles, 9 Myths About Ivy League Admissions addresses several common misconceptions and failed techniques that students are using to attempt top college admission.
“Students with perfect GPAs, perfect test scores, and varied extracurricular activities are consistently receiving rejection letters after applying for colleges using the traditional approach. I believe they deserve to know what they're doing wrong,” says IvyZen Executive Director, Mark Lee. These myths will teach high school aged students and their parents how to watch out for common mistakes and how to rebuild their college applications into something that will catch the eye of admissions officers.
Many of these myths may be dubbed controversial by other sources, but IvyZen has a long history of helping students gain Ivy League admission using themes, a concept detailed in this and other articles. IvyZen encourages its students to sharpen their focus onto a theme by applying to new and specific majors, eliminating time-consuming extracurricular activities that are outside the scope of their theme, and filtering out the well-intentioned but outdated advice of their high school counselors.
Applying to top colleges is a time consuming and complicated process. Any student preparing to undertake this challenge should start by reading 9 Myths About Ivy League Admissions over at IvyZen’s website. While there, students and parents can explore many articles and stories of Ivy League success as well as instructions for building their best possible college applications, and all content is free of charge.