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Do you have to take all honors to get into an Ivy League school?

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2015-07-15 20:59:46
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No I have many friends who took a decent amount of honors courses but not all and at the same time managed to get into Stanford, Brown and Harvard. I also have one friend who took only 1 honors course and got into Princeton. However, it does help.

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