Get into the Ivy League
Using Strategies Taught by a Harvard Graduate
The first online course that increases your chances of getting into the Ivy League (i.e. Harvard, Yale, Princeton, Columbia, Brown, Dartmouth, Cornell, UPenn) and other elite colleges (e.g. Stanford).
The course does this by preparing you for the undergraduate application process and by coaching you through it.
Benefits of Ivy Advise:
• 7+ hours of video content
• Saves 100+ hours of research time
• Cuts through the “noise” of online advice
• Gives a clear strategy to get into the Ivies
• Analyzes accepted application essays
• Taught by a Harvard alumna
These are the 7 Sections:
1 // Basics
All the essentials of the Ivy application process
2 // Strategy
How you should approach the application for best chances of an Ivy acceptance
3 // Avoiding an “Automatic No"
What is necessary to ensure your application is competitive
4 // Getting a “Yes”
How to give your application that “special something” that gets it accepted
5 // Tips & Tricks
Various advice on how to polish off your application
6 // After Applying
The next steps you can take after hitting “submit”
7 // Special Types of Applicants
How to approach the Ivy application process if you have unique circumstances
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As a Harvard graduate, class of 2016, Taylor is prepared to coach you through the process of applying to the Ivy League schools. Born in Wisconsin and raised in Ohio, she knows the struggle of applying from a school district where few students get into the Ivies. She now uses her application experiences to teach others.
Through revising Ivy-bound essays and publishing Ivy-related videos on her YouTube channel (YesReneau), Taylor has helped thousands of high-school students around the world get into the colleges of their choice... including some of her younger Harvard classmates! So whether you're hopeful for Harvard, pining for Princeton, or brooding over Brown, Taylor is set to make that dream become a reality.
The above comments are from Taylor's YouTube channel, and they can help you see how impactful her teaching style is. Her online course, Ivy Advise, is the next level up from her YouTube channel. It gives a better, in-depth overview of the Ivy League application process.
Frequently Asked Questions
Read what some of our students are thinking about the course:
Joshua from Australia
"The Ivy Advise program was very helpful in breaking down the complex US college admissions process into nice chunks that made it easy to follow. As an international student who had to balance my own system of university admissions, it was super important that I had a guide that I could go through at my own pace and convenience. I think the program was crucial in keeping me motivated and made the process a bit more enjoyable. Thanks to this, I was accepted to both Harvard and Princeton, and after deciding between two amazing options, I can now say that I am a Harvard student!"
Abia from Vancouver, Canada
"This guide has seriously changed my outlook on certain parts of the application, and I can't even imagine the impact it will potentially have on the decisions made regarding my application! Ivy Advise does a wonderful job of laying out the foundation one needs in the college application process, along with information that delivers thorough insight into how one can portray themselves in the best light and efficiently highlight their finest qualities. It has proven to be an invaluable resource as it has clarified my thinking, pointed me in the right direction and saved me countless hours of research! I believe it will prove to be a priceless resource for any student, regardless of how far (or early) they are in the college application process."
Seo Young from Seoul, South Korea
"I am an international applicant from South Korea. I went to an ordinary high school in Korea, which means my school does not offer any information or guidance for applying to colleges abroad. I can either pay thousands of dollars to get professional instruction from agencies or search on the internet for hours to understand how American admission systems differ from those in Korea. Since it’s all about scores here and since how special an individual is, is hardly considered, getting a clear concept of what U.S. admissions officers are looking for is confusing and uncertain.
It was Taylor's YouTube videos that gave me straightforward, yet positive instructions and support at the time. Teachers (and even my parents) told me not to take such risks, but her videos helped me to think that it is possible to achieve my dreams. So, I gave it a try.
Ivy Advise’s courses contained more sophisticated, detailed instructions and, most of all, Taylor’s positivity toward the viewers' potential. I received not only invaluable advice, but emotional support from just watching her throughout the course.
She has the power of making people feel assured about what they can achieve. The information the guide contained was priceless, but I think it is her confidence that makes Ivy Advise so special."
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Risk Free Guarantee
Ivy Advise was designed with students in mind. If, however, you bought the course but are unsatisfied with it, you can reach out in the first 30 days to receive a full refund. See the terms and conditions for further details and restrictions.