PARAMUS, N.J. – A recent Yale University graduate from Paramus is helping teens get into Ivy League schools, NYPost.com reports.
Chris Rim, 22, who attended high school at the Academies at Englewood at Dwight Morrows High School, started Command Education when he was a sophomore at Yale, the story says .
The program focuses on “helping high schoolers accumulate life experiences that will make them ‘interesting’ to admissions departments,” the story says.
Parents pay $750 to $950 an hour for services, and Rim says that 96 percent of clients have gained admission into at least on their top three schools, according to the article.
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