Kwasi Enin, the then-Long Island high school senior who got into all eight Ivy League schools, can breathe a sigh of relief this admissions day around.
As kids all around the country are hearing the news of their acceptances or rejections, Enin is happily almost through his freshman year at Yale University — the school that won out.
Enin is now pursuing a biochemistry major so that he will be on track for pre-med. And in addition to his tough class schedule, he also is in the Yale Society of Orpheus and Bacchus, an a capella group referred to as the SOBs for short.
He told Business insider that he definitely made the right decision and that he feels at home at Yale and is in a “happy state of being.”
And what’s next for the college freshman? He said he’s teaming up with Yale School of Management student Shaan Patel, to work in an area of where fe personally holds some expertise — college admissions consulting. He will be working with Patel at 2400 Expert, which is an SAT prep business. There, he hopes to help students through the college admission process.
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