It really depends on whether you are a recognized minority or not. The requirements for Blacks and Hispanics may be significantly different then those for Indians/Pakistanis, Orientals, or others. Although the case of Bakke vs Board of Regents has curbed the influence of affirmative action tremendously, race can and is still used as a factor for determining admissions into highly selective colleges. Still, no matter what color you are or what your national origin is it is important that you have a solid high school transcript with a good variety of difficult classes, an unweighted GPA of at least 3.5, SAT scores in the 2000+ range, and mix of extra-curricular activities. Don't assume that just because your a minority you can slack off in high school. In the end, remember that there are many minority students, both recognized and not, who are vying for a few very precious positions.
No, UCLA is not an Ivy League school.
Ivy League should always be capitalized (not school, however). An example would be: "Harvard is an Ivy League school."
No, Duke is not an ivy league school. The Ivy League is an athletic conference. Duke is in the Atlantic Coast Conference.
Ivy League schools are those who are members of the Ivy League athletic conference.
Technically, no it is not an Ivy League school. Although, many consider the education there to be just as good, if not better than an Ivy League school. The Ivy League schools are Brown, Columbia, Cornell, Dartmouth, Harvard, Penn, Princeton, and Yale.
No it's not. The level of competitiveness in the school is comparable to an ivy league level but supposedly it can't be considered ivy league because it doesn't have a football team!
no it is not
No, it is not.
No, it is not an Ivy League school. The Ivy League colleges consist of Brown, Cornell, Columbia, Harvard, Dartmouth, The University of Pennsylvania, Yale and Princeton.
ClintonPreisdent Clinton went to Yale Law School (Ivy League). The last President not to attend an Ivy League school was Ronald Reagan (Eureka_College). Carter didn't go to an Ivy League school either. Ford did, however, (Yale Law). So Since Kennedy only four Presidents have not attended an Ivy League school: Johnson, Nixon, Carter, and Reagan.
Yes it is.
It is a group of top the top eight performing school in the US. They are considered Ivy League because the are good in athletics and academics
All of them do.
No, Ivy League Schools are all on the east coast. However, Stanford, which is in California, is a highly commended, excellent university, which rates as highly as ivy leagues on the league tables.