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We offer college counseling services to help families navigate the selective admissions process.
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We help students get into their best-fit graduate programs through our proven methodology.
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Just Admit It! Podcast
Everything you need to know about admissions is here! The Just Admit It! podcast features the latest higher ed news and tips from our expert counselors.
The most current information about the college admissions process and free resources for applying to college.
IvyWise helps students get into the best-fit schools for them.
Our unique holistic approach and our team of expert counselors provides an unparalleled, personalized service.
IvyWise produces proven results and helps students realize their potential and achieve their goals.
In 2021, 91% of IvyWise students were accepted into one or more of their three, top-choice schools.
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The latest from the IvyWise KnowledgeBase Blog
As part of our IvyWise Gives Back initiative, IvyWise Scholars is our pro bono college admissions counseling program for high-achieving, low-income students.
While grades may carry the most weight in college admissions decisions, there are many important components of the undergraduate application process, including submitting your letters of recommendation.