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Ivy League Schools

It is the dream of many students to get into Ivy League schools, but it can be a very challenging task. The competition is very tough, and you need to be one of the top students in the country to stand any chance at all.

The first thing you have to look into before you even think about applying to Ivy League schools is the minimum requirements for admission. Generally, you will need a GPA of at least 3.75 and an SAT score of 1300 to apply to Ivy League Schools, though these figures vary from one university to another. Then, you will need to show that you have experience as a leader, whether as a captain of a sports team or a leader of any club. A written essay is also required.

It is advisable that you make preparations for your application as early as possible. Some applicants even start preparing as early as junior year. Submitting your application early will not improve your chances of getting accepted, but if you give yourself more time to prepare, you will be able to put together a well-organized and perfect application.

You should also do some research on the university you wish to apply to. You can even visit the campus and talk to students, professors, and check out the dormitories, student lounge and so on. The tuition fees for Ivy League schools are expensive, so make sure you find out if the cost is within your means.

It will help a great deal if you can get your teachers to write recommendations for you. Teachers recommendations are an important part of the application because they reveal your personality and the qualities that make you unique. Ivy League schools do not just look at your academic records; they want students who are exceptional in their achievements as well as character.

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