Transfer To Dartmouth From CC

by Chad Agrawal

dartmouth-university-transferDid you know that students transfer to Ivy League from community college every year? That means you can transfer to Dartmouth University after just 2 years at community college. It's a fantastic opportunity and quite achievable, as long as you're willing to put in the work to get accepted.

To transfer to Dartmouth from CC, you'll want to have a well thought out action plan or guide to help you stay focused in community college. Stay focused on what exactly? Your transfer acceptance into Dartmouth will depend a bit on high school, but more so on your time at community college. Therefore, your plan should include how to achieve:

  • Top Academic Status
  • Outstanding SAT Scores
  • Effective Transfer Essays

These are the major points of transferring from community college to Dartmouth (or any Ivy League university). However, there are a lot of steps that contribute to each point. For example, it will require a lot of planning to achieve a 4.0 GPA in community college. To score well on the SATs, you may have to retake them, but how exactly are you going to improve your scores? What will you do better this time? And lastly, how can you craft an effective transfer application?

Creating a detailed plan will help you achieve all of this and greatly increase your chances of transferring to Dartmouth. Just like the other Ivy League schools, Dartmouth receives plenty of applications from quality students every year. You have to stand out from the competition (in a positive way) to get accepted. Here's a proven action plan for transferring to Ivy League universities like Dartmouth. Even if you didn't do too well in high school, this is your chance to do things right.

If you prepare ahead of time and follow a well detailed plan for success, you're chances of transferring to Dartmouth from community college are pretty good. In fact, your chances of transferring to an Ivy League school overall are great. Be sure to apply to comparable schools for your major, especially if it's something specialized like protein diet products or nanotechnology . It's great to have a back up school. But it's even better to have transfer acceptances from multiple Ivy League schools.

Please leave a comment or send me an email if you have any questions about transferring to Dartmouth. I wish you the best of luck on your future as an Ivy League transfer from community college!

This post was written by Chad Agrawal

Chad Agrawal is the founder of CCTS, helping students transfer from community college to Ivy League, tier 1 or anywhere else by following this community college guide.

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Alex July 17, 2013 at 3:35 pm

Very interesting article, thank you.


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