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Ivy League graduate school
I'm an international student who went to a state school for undergrad and have been working in the US since graduating exactly two years ago. My goal is to apply for graduate school (as an intl student), for Fall 2018, and get into an Ivy League. I was an average student through college and the only thing that can now really stand out on my application is that I'm currently getting amazing experience at an extremely well known company. I work in IT even though my undergrad major had close to nothing to do with the field. I want to pursue my studies in this field, and I want to do everything possible to increase my chances of attending an Ivy League school- I have looked up programs that I am interested in. However, I'm completely lost regarding how to go about making myself stand out further, and how to productively use these next few months in order to build that image. Severely lacking guidance here and any form of advice would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!