RAM's Edge is a college admissions guide for students with less than perfect credentials. The RAM's Edge strategies emanate from author Ryan A. Merchant's experience of being admitted to an Ivy League graduate school despite having low test scores and a 2.8 GPA. The core of the guide is the author's LIP strategy; an approach which instructs applicants how to appropriately address their areas of weakness, and also package their application in a manner that highlights their strengths. Among the topics covered are: bad grades, low test scores, and strategies for overrepresented demographics.Most programs will have some version of an essay question that asks you why you are applying to their school. The way to ... I believe my ability to connect my knowledge of Columbia to my own background paid off for me. In researching ... Agreat example ofthis comes from acolleague ofminewho receivedhis MBA froma schoolthat is consistently ranked in the top fifteen ofmost MBA rankings. He hada anbsp;...
|Title||:||RAM's Edge: From a 2.8 GPA to the Ivy League (Undergraduate Edition)|
|Publisher||:||RAM's Edge - 2013-10-08|