Thank you for your interest in the IvyCollegeAdmit program.
In each year of the private consulting program, I work with a limited number of 15 students guiding them to gain acceptance into the top universities in the world, including the Ivy League, Stanford, UChicago, MIT, and Caltech. My track record of placing students into the most competitive institutions is unprecedented and perhaps one of the highest in the country.
Roughly 75% of IvyCollegeAdmit students are accepted into Ivy League and Top 10 universities.
The average acceptance rate at the Ivy League or top 10 university is remarkably low. Given the competitive admissions climate and acceptance rates hovering at anywhere from 4-7% for the Ivy League or top 10 universities, IvyCollegeAdmit students continue perform incredibly well.
Despite the lowest acceptance rate in history, IvyCollegeAdmit students have a 75% acceptance rate to at least one of the Ivy League or top 10 universities, which is truly an incredible feat and more than 10x the regular acceptance rate at the creme of the crop colleges.
How are we able to pull this off?
We perform remarkably well because of the powerful applications that we crafted together to the universities. While we may have made it “look easy” in the most competitive application cycle in history, we pour a tremendous amount of time and energy into the personal statements, supplemental material, application review, and interview preparation to garner these results.
I am incredibly proud of my students, their achievements, and the spellbinding applications that resulted in an impressive outcome in perhaps the most competitive admissions environment to date. In this day and age, even the strongest student academically and extracurricular-wise will struggle to get a spot into the highest tier universities without a strong application. The IvyCollegeAdmit program has and will continue its excellence of success and high track record of placing students into the most competitive colleges in the country.
Eric Eng, Founder of IvyCollegeAdmit
P.S. Below you will find a wallpaper of acceptance letters of my students, including the most recent admissions cycle.