Tyler White is a Stanford sophomore who grew up in the Midwest, and transferred from UMich.
Ashley Artmann is a Stanford junior majoring in English and Communication. She was an IB student who was in love with Forensics (Speech and Debate).
Robert Lee is a junior at Harvard. He most recently worked within the Investment Banking Division at Morgan Stanley Asia.
Selected Book Insights
->The 5 unspoken questions that admissions officers want answered in your application
->The 3 critical strategies for getting into Harvard with a low GPA
->Best kept secrets on scoring 2400s, 36s, and 5s!
->The 4 steps you need to take to get great letters of rec
->The 3 most important extracurriculars and how the Ivies rank them
->How to break into the Ivy League as a transfer student
A Sample Of Chapters
Chapter 1: AdComs
->What Admissions Committees Are Saying About Your Application
->Why The Harvard Admissions Committee Values Passion Above All Else
Chapter 2: Essays
->Writing The Perfect Admissions Essay
->How To Show Leadership, Sentence By Sentence
->Writing Your Admissions Essay: The Big “So What?”
Chapter 3: Admit Wknd
->Making The Most Of Your Admit Weekend
->The 6 Qualities To Look For In A School At Admit Weekend
Chapter 4: AP Tests
->IB Vs. AP - 5 Key Differences
->Which Advanced Program Do Colleges Love The Most?
Chapter 5: Campus Visits
->How To Maximize Your Campus Visits
->Strategies For Getting The Real Story From Students You Meet
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