Early Admit Rates for Class of 2024
January 21, 2020 by Ruchi S. Kothari
In today’s episode, I’m going to give you the lay of the land of college admissions, by discussing the results and trends of the Early Admit Rates for Class of 2024 so that you’re well aware of your chances of getting in your desired college, and what to expect in this highly competitive battlefield of college admissions. Don’t worry, we’re going to get through your college admissions journey together. Yes, we’re in it together. READ THE TRANSCRIPT
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As I discuss admissions rates, I’ll be pointing out the trends I see and how it may affect your college admissions strategy of which colleges to apply and when. That’s me hitting the bullseye, and I want this to be your takeaway from this episode: How will these trends affect your admissions strategy and what should you do to best leverage yourself and your application?
Analyzing the early admit rates for the Class of 2024 of the top colleges, I have created a table (see below) that shows 12 colleges, with their corresponding number of applicants, the number admitted and early admit rates for the Class of 2024. I will be talking about are Princeton, Harvard, Columbia, MIT, Yale, University of Pennsylvania, Northwestern, Duke, Dartmouth, Brown, Cornell, and Georgetown. The numbers are still coming in for Columbia, Northwestern, Princeton and for many other colleges. For the purposes of this episode, this chart focuses on these twelve universities. Please feel free to analyze the specific numbers and trends between Class of 2024, 2023, and 2022, at your leisure. If you’re a little quirky like me, you might actually enjoy it! I sure did.
In this episode I highlight:
- Early admit results for Class of 2024, specifically talking about number of applications, number of students admitted and admit rate of these 12 highly-selective universities.
- A bonus for you– Download my free worksheet on Tips to change your deferral into admissions!
- Explain the five factors that may have impacted the early admissions process
- As the episode progresses, I give you four steps to take to create a successful admissions strategy that will enable you to best leverage yourself and your application.
Here’s a snapshot of a few things we talk about….
- [04:29] Subscriber spotlight shoutout
- [06:16] Today’s episode is sponsorship by www.ivyboundconsulting.com
- [09:00] Free download– Tips to change your deferral into admissions! IvyBound Sheet
- [11:25] Early admit results for Class of 2024
- [11:49] Early Admit Rates for 12 highly-selective colleges visual table
- [19:07] Five factors that impacted the early admissions process for the Class of 2024
- [19:18] #1. Unforeseen circumstances
- [20:01] #2. Playing it safe versus aiming for the long shot
- [21:04] #3. Students are more strategic on where to apply during the early round
- [22:46] #4. Institutional priorities
- [25:55] Admissions Tip
- [26:14] Contact me, Ruchi S. Kothari for guidance and support through your college admissions journey
- [27:20] #5. Tags/Hooks of Applications
- [27:37] Admissions secret
- [29:31] Admissions secret
- [31:53] Students of color
- [34:36] First generation applicants
- [34:58] Legacy
- [35:42] Admissions trick
- [39:00] Recruited athletes
- [39:36] International students
- [41:52] Four steps to take to create a successful admissions strategy that will enable you to best leverage yourself and your application
- [42:08] Step 1
- [42:50] Step 2
- [43:46] Step 3
- [44:12] Step 4
- [44:58] Ivybound Consulting students’ early admissions results for Class of 2024
- [46:13] Free gift for three subscribers!
- [47:16] Live Office Hours with Ruchi S. Kothari where I answer three real-time college admissions questions
- [47:29] Office Hour Question #1
- [48:37] Office Hour Question #2
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