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Ivy League Admissions Guide

While the name Ivy League refers to a collegiate athletics league in the US, over time this group of schools has become synonymous with academic excellence. With some of the most prestigious and competitive universities in the world among its members, the Ivy League is comprised of Harvard, Yale, Princeton, Columbia, the University of Pennsylvania, Brown, Dartmouth, and Cornell.

Students who apply to Ivy League colleges also apply to similar-caliber universities like Stanford, MIT, UC Berkeley, Duke, and more. As such, these schools are commonly referred to as the Ivy League+

Chances of admission to these schools may fall as low as 2.4%. Getting into these schools will require more than just excellent grades and a well-rounded profile.