The Ivy League schools are elite, but a recent report by the Harvard Crimson has revealed just how big a part legacies play in getting accepted to Harvard, the most prestigious college in the world!
About 30% of Harvard College’s class of 2021 has some sort of familial connection to the school, such as a parent, grandparent or other relative who attended the college, according to a survey of the class conducted by the school’s student newspaper.
Warning:this article contains stereotypes of university students which may be offensive to people who can’t make fun of their own educational privilege.
Getting accepted into a ivy league college is quite the achievement. Ivy league schools have a admittance rate between 5-10%, so they are exclusive! To get accepted you need to fit one of the following three types of ivy league students:
Family name and wealth beyond the reach of most people. Trust fund millionaires.
The Geek is usually a high achiever that has grown up being the smartest kid in the room. The Harvard average HS GPA is 4.17.
The athlete excels at one particular sport, which makes them the envy of everybody on the track and field.