Our students are amazing!

Here’s a sampling of some of the Colleges our incredible students from the class of 2020 were accepted to.

(List updated 4-28-20)

American University

Brandeis University

Carnegie Mellon University

Case Western Reserve University

Clemson University

Dickinson College

Drexel University

Duquesne University

Fairfield University

Franklin and Marshall College

George Washington University

Gettysburg College

Haverford College

James Madison University

Lafayette College

Lehigh University

Loyola University Maryland

Millersville University of Pennsylvania

Muhlenberg College – Honors Program

NC State University

Neumann University

Northeastern University – Honors College

Ohio State University

Penn State University

Purdue University – Honors College

Rochester Institute of Technology

Rutgers University

St. Joseph’s University

Swarthmore College

Syracuse University

Temple University – Honors College

U of Alabama

U of Charleston

U of Delaware – Honors College

U of Maryland – College Park

U of Michigan – Ann Arbor

U of Pittsburgh – Honors College

U of Rhode Island

U of Richmond

U of Scranton

U of South Carolina – Honors College

U of Wisconsin – Madison

UNC Chapel Hill

United States Military Academy – West Point

Villanova University – Honors Program

Virginia Tech – Honors College

Washington University in St. Louis

West Virginia University

Congrats to all of our students!

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Register your student before May 1st and get 10% off any of our test prep programs. Please call (610) 744-2527 or send us an email info@criticalpointprep.com.   We hope to hear from you soon!


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