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Presentation of Ivy League

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What is Ivy League ? Sporting conference

Founded in 1954

Eight universities Why "Ivy" League ? Cornell Pennsylvania Princeton Columbia Yale Brown Harvard Dartmouth Columbia University 1754
New York
Academic staff : 3 634
Student : 27 606
Undergraduate : 7 934
Postgraduate : 19 672
31 sport teams Brown University 1764
Providence, Rhode Island
Academic Staff : 713
Student : 8 540
Undergraduate : 6 133
Postgraduate : 1 947
37 sport teams Dartmouth College 1769
Hanover, New Hampshire
Academic staff : 571
Student : 6 144
Undergraduate : 4 194
Postgraduate : 1 950
34 sport teams Yale University 1701
New Heaven, Connecticut
Academic staff : 3 619
Student : 11 593
Undergraduate : 5 275
Postgraduate : 6 318
35 sport teams University of Pennsylvania 1740
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Academic staff : 4 246
Student : 21 329
Undergraduate : 10 301
Postgraduate : 11 028
27 sport teams Cornell University 1865
Ithaca, New York
Academic staff : 1 639
Student : 20 939
Undergraduate : 13 935
Postgraduate : 7004
36 sport teams Harvard University 1636
Cambridge, Massachusetts
Academic staff : 2 107
Student : 21 225
Undergraduate : 7 181
Postgraduate : 14 044
41 sport teams Princeton University 1746
Princeton, New Jersey
Academic staff : 1 172
Student : 7 567
Undergraduate : 5 113
Postgraduate : 2 479
38 sport teams Princeton University Tigers
Harvard University Crimson
Cornell University Big Red
University of Pennsylvania Quakers
Yale University Bulldogs
Dartmouth College Big Green
Brown University Bears
Columbia University Lions A B C D E F G H 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 How to enter in such schools ? Day care/Pre-school Elementary school Junior High School/Middle School Senior high school College/University 2-3 : Nursery school/Day Care
3-4 : Preschool
4-5 : Pre-kindergarten
5-6 : Kindergarten 6-7 : 1st grade
7-8 : 2nd grade
8-9 : 3rd grade
9-10 : 4th grade
10-11 : 5th grade 11-12 : 6th grade
12-13 : 7th grade
13-14 : 8th grade
14-15 : 9th grade 15-16 : 10th grade
16-17 : 11th grade
17-18 : 12 th grade 18-20 : Associates of Arts
20-22 : Bachelor of arts/Science
22-24 : Master's (MBA, MA, MS)
24-27 : PhD What is SAT ? Example of SAT test SAT results for Ivy League Good To Know Standardized test for college admissions in the United States.

Three hours and forty-five minutes to finish

Cost : $81

800-point sections (Mathematics, Critical Reading, and Writing) LET'S PLAY ! The brothers vowed to __________ the death of their father.

A. revenge

B. vengeance

C. reprise

D. avenge

E. absolve We could not __________ if she was aware of the mishap, since her face was devoid of __________

A. comprehend; scars

B. ascertain; expression

C. establish; euphoria

D. resolution; emotion

E. determine; makeup -You need to have a great SAT score

- Scholarship exists

-You have to be special : chief of students, getting A’s, taking extra classes, having strong recommendations
-Knowing Alumnis (letters, huge donators …)

-Have the ability to be special

-The social background (helps with SAT and with education) What helps ? Poison Ivy Social Issues Solutions (1) Solutions (2) Not the Same Chance ! “Mr Golden shows that elite universities do everything in their power to admit the children of privilege. If they cannot get them in through the front door by relaxing their standards, then they smuggle them in through the back. No less than 60% of the places in elite universities are given to candidates who have some sort of extra “hook”, from rich or alumni parents to “sporting prowess”. The number of whites who benefit from this affirmative action is far greater than the number of blacks.” University behaviour is at its worst when it comes to grovelling to celebrities. Duke University's admissions director visited Steven Spielberg's house to interview his stepdaughter. Princeton found a place for Lauren Bush—the president's niece and a top fashion model—despite the fact that she missed the application deadline by a month. Brown University was so keen to admit Michael Ovitz's son that it gave him a place as a “special student”. (He dropped out after a year.) Impact of social background Inequalities in education

Inequatilites in familial pressure

High tuition fees Changing SAT Test ? Changing School System Try another cursus ! ... but hard to reach Tuition cost : between $49 069 and $56 684

Acceptance rate : between 6% and 18% Best schools in the world National University Rankings : 1st Harvard University
2nd Princeton University
3rd Yale University
4th Columbia University
8th University of Pennsylvania
10th Dartmouth College
15th Brown University
15th Cornell University Data from 2012 D. avenge B. ascertain; expression "A proportion of our eastern ivy colleges are meeting little fellows another Saturday before plunging into the strife and the turmoil." Stanley Woodward, New York Tribune, October 14, 1933 5 in Top 15 of Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2012-2013
(first French University : Ecole Normale Supérieure (59th) Huge financial endowment : from $2.2 billion to $32 billion
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