How to Transfer to an Ivy League College

How to transfer to an Ivy League college like Harvard, Princeton, or Yale? Yes, I also work with transfer students every year, for any school, but have a great success rate helping kids get in to the Ivy League (as well as other Ivy League competitive schools such as Stanford and MIT). If you’re thinking about transferring to an Ivy League college, or just transferring in general, fill out my contact form today for a free Ivy League transfer consultation. We’ll discuss your chances, your options, and most important, your strategy! You CAN get in as a transfer student to the Ivy League.

How to Transfer to an Ivy League College

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Ivy League College Transfer Consulting

  • Harvard
  • Princeton
  • Yale
  • Columbia
  • Dartmouth
  • Brown
  • Cornell
  • UPenn
  • Also MIT, Stanford, Duke, UC Berkeley, Hopkins, UCLA, NYU or any other school that you wish!

The Transfer Student Process:

  1. Once you become a client, I do a review of your admission essays from last year, and provide a verbal analysis.
  2. Now understanding any issues that might have arose with last year’s essays, (why you perhaps did not get in), we then move forward with making a list of schools you should target this year in terms of where you should apply as a transfer applicant.
  3. Once the school selection list is complete, we then work on each school’s essays. Just like last year with the Common App, this year there will be one main essay focusing on “Why Do You Want to Transfer?” + each school has their own supplemental essays and prompts.
  4. Once we sign off on each essay draft, we then move on to the next school on your list!