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Watch These 6 College Acceptance Reaction Videos

Tue, Apr 04, 2017 @ 01:00 PM

college acceptance reaction videos.jpgWatch Some of the Newest Members of the Class of 2021 Learn of Their Acceptances

Admission decisions for the class of 2021 are in, and college bound students across the country are deciding where to spend the next four years. Students have had to wait a long time for their final admission decisions, and for those with good news, the moment was too good not to be captured on camera.

Class of 2021 Admission Rates

Overall, admission rates to the class of 2021 stayed relatively the same, with some schools reporting small decreases, and others slight increases, in admission rates.

Harvard University reported an admission rate of 5.2%, same as last year, after receiving a record-number of applications for the class of 2021. Yale University reported a slightly higher admit rate compared to last year – 6.9%. Once again Stanford University reported one of the lowest admission rates – 4.65%.

For more insight into admission rates for the class of 2021, read our post here.

Acceptance Reaction Videos

Most students spend a lot of time of social media, so it’s no wonder that many enjoy sharing news of their college decisions online after they come in – especially if it’s an acceptance to a highly selective university. Many students choose to film their reactions as they learn of their admission decisions. Here are some college acceptance reaction videos from IvyWise students admitted to the class of 2021!

 

IvyWise Pro Bono Cornell Acceptance from IvyWise on Vimeo.

 

 

IvyWise Pro Bono Yale Acceptance from IvyWise on Vimeo.

 

 

IvyWise Pro Bono Princeton Acceptance from IvyWise on Vimeo.

 

 

IvyWise Pro Bono Northwestern Acceptance from IvyWise on Vimeo.

 

 

IvyWise Pro Bono Columbia and Penn Acceptance Video from IvyWise on Vimeo.

 

 

IvyWise Pro Bono Johns Hopkins Acceptance from IvyWise on Vimeo.

 

 

What Students Should Do Next

For those who gained admission to their top-choice colleges, the decision on where to attend might be an easy one. For others who may have been rejected, waitlisted, or are just weighing multiple offers of admission, the choice may not be as simple. Here’s some advice on what students who were accepted, rejected, or waitlisted should be doing between now and the May 1 enrollment deadline.

Need additional guidance on what to do now that all your decisions are in? Contact us today for more information on our counseling services for high school seniors.

 

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