Shanza N. Khan
Is a score of 44 good enough to get me into Yale? Will Stanford award advanced placement credit for all Higher Level IB examinations? Does Tufts have a cap on the course credits offered for certain IB exams? Huh? What does any of this have to do with A-Levels? Well, it does not and the more I started researching into how familiar Pakistani college placement agencies are with the IB system, I found the answer to be an astonishing very little.
As the youngest graduate from Emory University at the age of 19, with a Summa Cum Laude in Economics and subsequently, the youngest Junior Professional Associate to be hired by the World Bank in Washington, D.C., I have mentored many aspiring applicants to obtain admission in the top universities of the world. At Harvard University, where I completed my M.A. in Public Policy, I was the only one of two candidates in a class of 150 to be selected for a Dean’s Fellowship. As a member of Harvard University’s Public Policy Leadership Admissions Committee I got a unique insight on how top universities select their applicants and how YOU can be one of them.
With over 17 years of experience working with top development organizations including the World Bank, the Asian Development Bank, the Federal Reserve Bank, the Aga Khan Development Network, MicroFinance Opportunities, Overseas Development Institute, DFID, USAID, GIZ, UNICEF, UNDP and experience running my own development consulting agency, I am a firm believer in the importance of research, systems, and management. Eye on Ivy college placement services is grounded in these principals. Using the Strategic Personalized Approach (SPA), our team will help you plan ahead and stand out from the competition!
We are type-A personality individuals. Our competitive zeal translates into fighting fiercely to get you into your top choice colleges. We take it personally if you don’t get in.