此申請結果只包含約 50% 參加升學規劃的學生
没有人去像Williams, Amherst, West Point, 等等嘛？
Comment by frank — May 12, 2015 @ 1:14 pm
Amherst 跟 Williams 是有的, 但是西點軍校今年我們沒有學生申請, 版面有限所以只列了部分學校. Thank you!
Comment by Vickie Chiang — May 12, 2015 @ 5:42 pm
Williams 4, Amherst 1
Comment by Vickie Chiang — May 13, 2015 @ 7:50 am
这是2015年优秀的大学录取的人次, 应该不是录取的人数；因为一个优秀学生可以被几所好大学录取。 HS2应该把实际录取的人数提供出来，而不是提供录取的人次。谢谢！
Comment by Henry — May 12, 2015 @ 8:32 pm
Hi, Henry. 這是我們實際被錄取的人數. 例如我們確實有132個學生被 UC Berkeley 錄取. 事實上, 這些數字遠低於我們實際錄取的人數, 因為不是每個學生都回復給我們, 或者把全部被錄取的學校名單都報告給我們知道.
Comment by Vickie Chiang — May 12, 2015 @ 11:20 pm
Comment by Jason — May 13, 2015 @ 1:08 am
我們整體申請人數約為 600 人, 各校不一, 例如 UCB 申請約為 300 人, 學生本身程度差異性很高.
Comment by Vickie Chiang — May 13, 2015 @ 7:34 am
Does this statistics include Northern and Southern California? What about just Northern california or specific sites?
Also, I think it will be helpful to show for example: Boston University – x number of students applied from H2S, y number of students got accepted by Boston U; also show the % acceptance rate for Boston U (if available) for the general public in parallel.
These absolute numbers for each school does not necessarily show the significant advantages that students get a higher acceptance rate from H2S vs not from H2S.
For example, say that in a private high school in the bay area, they have 6 people accepted to Princeton. But without actual number of class of 2019 gradated from that high school who applied to PU, 6 could mean 1% rate if they have 600 students of class of 2019 applied to PU, or could mean 10% if they only have 60 applied.
Comment by Helena Yang — May 14, 2015 @ 7:30 am
Hi, Helena. Thank you for your comment. This is just a brief summary of the acceptances. We do have a very detailed results analysis report. If you are our customer, pls can contact your branch manager to see the report. Thank you!
Comment by Vickie Chiang — May 14, 2015 @ 7:38 am
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