How Highly Selective Schools View International Application
名校往往意味着超低的录取率，“highly selective”的学校的录取率往往不到10%，甚至更低。想要了解名校的招生官如何评估申请人资质和潜力吗？EducationUSA China有幸请来了Cornell University, University of Chicago, Johns Hopkins University和Vanderbilt University 的招生办公室主任，面对面为您介绍名校在招生时考量的重点，以及如何准备这些学校的申请材料。
Top-ranking universities mean low acceptance rates. “Highly selective” schools usually admit less than 10% or less of the applicants. Colleen Belak, Senior Assistant Director of Admissions from University of Chicago; Annalise Mayashiro, Assistant Director of Admissions from Vanderbilt University; Patrick Meade, Admissions Counselor from Johns Hopkins University and Susie Schneider, Associate Director of Admissions from Cornell University will meet prospective students and talk about how they evaluate international applications and what kinds of students they are looking for.
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