Universities will look at only your year end grades, so bring it up! Also, there are so many other factors involved in getting inot college, especially Ivy League. Such as extracurricular activities and who you know. Good Luck!
It is a member of the "Ancient 8" Athletic Conference - also known as the Ivy League.
Alphabetical, not ordered:
University of British Columbia
University of Toronto
Einstein did not found any of the Ivy League Universities. He in fact never attended a Ivy League University.
The founders of the Ivy League Universities are
Cornell University- Ezra Cornell and Andrew Dickson White
Harvard University- The General Court of Massachusetts (First benefactor: Reverend John Harvard)
Dartmouth College: Eleazar Wheelock
Even though suspensions and etc are kept on your academic record which is reviewed by colleges I doubt that would have any affect on you seeing as this happen in Elementary School. What you do in High School is mainly the only thing many colleges look at/care about.
only about one billion foure hundred million five hundred forty three thousand one hundren and three
No. It is an Southern Ivy (Unofficial group)
About 40,000 US dollars
There are 8 schools in the Ivy League: Harvard, Yale, Princeton, Columbia, Dartmouth, Brown, Cornell, Penn.
These schools banded together to form an athletic conference - sometimes known as the "Ancient 8 Conference" and, more commonly, called the Ivy League. It just so happens that the schools in this athletic conference are among the most selective and academically rigorous in the nation.
I think if you go to their web site, it should be there. Or at least there should be some sort of number.....then they can transfer you
The GPA needed for graduate school will be strictly dependent on the receiving institution. Each college or university may have their own required GPA. Please be advised, that each program within the institution may alsohave their own minimum GPAfor you tobe considered as a bona fide candidate. In other words, a graduate program within a universityin Liberal Arts may require a minimum undergraduate GPA of 2.0. However, if applying to their Masters in Business Administration (MBA) program,theminimum undergraduateGPA may be a 3.5.You must check with each of the graduate programs for this kind of detail. Please be advised, that the undergraduate GPA is usually only one area they look at. Depending on the program, they may require testing which may include the Graduate Record Exam (GRE)as anexample. They maylook for indicators such as withdrawal from courses, courses that were repeated, how many credits you handled per semester. Also extra curricular activities, letters of recommendation, and personal essay. Consider all of the abovein an effort tomake yourself as marketable as possible.
what does the letters I,V, and Y means i IVY LEAGUE
Brown and then Cornell. Brown and then Cornell.
all depends, usually the higher you are in your class ranking in high school, the lower your sat has to be to be accepted and vice verse. for ivy leagues though, you should look at something close to 1000-1200.