Every year elite universities break their own records for lowest admission rates. For some schools, 90% of applicants or more are rejected as college admissions is becoming more and more competitive. The question is, how do you get yourself into the accepted 10 percent?

Accepted10percent.com is the go to resource guide for college admissions at elite schools. This site was compiled by a student who recently navigated the college admissions process and gained acceptance into several of the country's top universities. The website provides in-depth college reviews for Ivy League schools and other top-ranked schools, college interview assistance complete with mock interview questions and answers, college essay help including a college essay help forum and college essay examples from students admitted to the Ivy League and the resources necessary to help at any and every step of the college process. This is the online place to get yourself into the accepted 10 percent and the website to help you master the college admissions process. 



Preview of Princeton University Review:

With many schools of Princeton's caliber, the toughest aspect of the school is getting in. While Princeton's acceptance rate is in the single digits, most students would agree the most arduous, yet most rewarding aspect of the Princeton experience is the academics. A student at Princeton gets taught by full professors, who could also happen to be a bestselling author, a leading economic advisor or a Nobel Prize winner. Students get to build personal relationships with the prominent faculty and receive a first class education focused on the undergraduate….

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Do you know how to answer these college interview questions?

What are your greatest strengths?

Where do you see yourself in ten years?

Who is your role model and why?

What book do you wish you have written?

Why do you want to attend ______ University?


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This is the opening paragraph for an accepted Columbia University student’s college essay:

“You want pasta for breakfast? You eat so much pasta you’ll turn into spaghetti,” my grandmother responded with a smile after I told her that I wanted pasta for breakfast. “Are you sure you don’t want pancakes or cereal?” She knew my answer….

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Do you want to earn your place in the accepted 10 percent? Do you want to attend one of the most prestigious universities in the country? We are the college admissions resource guide to make this happen. Click here, or the “College Admissions Assistance” box on the navigation column for the full college admissions resource guide with links to most useful and helpful resources to guide you through the college process.

The Starter Kit:

The four books highlighted in this section have been selected as the best in each of their categories and are essential resources to build the foundation of knowledge necessary to get started in the college admissions process. They cover four of the key steps of the college admissions process which are:

-        Selecting a College

-        Writing College Essays

-        Mastering and Completing the Common Application

-        Financing your College Education

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