S. Students want to pursue higher students from Ivy League Schools for getting better career prospects. This type of schools is the first preference of the students. Second Tier Schools do not have modern facilities which will help them in attracting students. Ivy League Schools are famous in all around the world. The students, who come from other nations for studying in U.S, try hard to get into Ivy League Schools. They believe that this type of school will immensely contribute in their overall development. Second Tier Schools are developing at a slow rate and for this reason, they are not been able to meet the expectations of the student from an academic institution. The authors stated that proper education helps a person in fulfilling his dreams. Therefore the students want to receive education from the best academic institutions for achieving their goals in the competitive market (Swanson and Dann 76).Research methodology is considered as a vital part of the research paper. Based on appropriate research methodology, the researchers are able to gather relevant data or information. Quality of the research paper depends highly on the methodology. Informative report is developed by the researchers by incorporating appropriate research methods. Ivy League Schools vs Second Tier Schools.
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