Article 3 Lead 101 - Jess Tilley October 2, 2007 Article 3...

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Jess Tilley October 2, 2007 Article 3 Know Your Stuff People everywhere have a need for guidance. Hopefully this guide can point out key features that will be useful to you in your college selection process. Each year, tens of thousands of high school seniors apply for admission at Ivy League Schools. Having a 1590 on your SATs isn’t enough to gain admission into one of these prestigious schools. They look for an outstanding member of society and an outstanding individual. Sometimes student wait years on waiting lists to be accepted. Applying for colleges is a long process that is much more than the month of application deadlines. Preparation needs to begin the moment your high school career begins. If you’re still interested, the following details briefly describe each of the eight Ivy schools. Princeton University , located in Princeton, New Jersey, is the fourth-oldest college in the United States. It has 4,815 undergraduates and 2,300 graduate students. Princeton strives to be a top research university and offers programs in
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course LEAD 101 taught by Professor Helfman during the Spring '08 term at University of Delaware.

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Article 3 Lead 101 - Jess Tilley October 2, 2007 Article 3...

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