Ivy League Early Admissions Statistics for Class of 2021

Check out the early decision acceptance rates of some of the United States’ top universities, including all eight Ivy Leagues.

Student Gets into First-Choice Ivy League School with Help of Educational Consultant

Despite her anxieties about an imperfect GPA, Sofia got into her first-choice college with help from educational consultant Mark Montgomery.

College Expert on Lewis & Clark College: An International Liberal Arts Curriculum

For those hoping to get accepted to a liberal arts college, Mark details the curriculum of Lewis & Clark College in Portland, Oregon.

College Expert on Lynn University’s Free Music Conservatory

Mark advises that if you’re trying to get into a great university and are interested in a music conservatory, consider Lynn.

College Admissions Expert at Stetson University: Is Greek Life for You?

Mark goes to Stetson University and advises those trying to find the right college to consider fraternities and sororities, whether they’re something you want to be a part of or not.

Admissions Expert on Lynn University: Books Are So 20th Century

Mark goes to Lynn University to discuss their decision to trade books for iPads. Students interested in getting into a tech-savvy college may want to consider Lynn.

Educational Consultant on the New SAT: What Are Your Options?

With the new SAT complicating the admissions process, college admissions expert Mark Montgomery gives guidance to a high school junior with hopes of getting into a great college.

If I Have Bad Grades, Can I Still Go to College? Expert Educational Consultant Has the Answer

Mark answers the question keeping many high school students up at night: if you have bad grades, can you still get accepted to a great college?

College Admissions Expert Explains Why “Free Perks” Aren’t So Free

Mark goes to Rollins College and explains that when you’re considering accepting a college’s admissions offer, remember that the “free” perks aren’t really so free.

College Counselor Visits America’s Most Beautiful Campus

Mark goes to the campus of Rollins College, named America’s most beautiful campus by the Princeton Review.