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A day in the life of a 38-year-old college admissions coach who makes $1,000 an hour helping the world’s wealthiest kids get into Ivy League schools

Hafeez Lakhani with his family

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Hafeez Lakhani, 38, who runs elite college admissions firm Lakhani Coaching, described his clients as “the 0.1% of the 1%” — which sometimes even includes Saudi royalty. 

Families spend on average $35,000 with the firm, he told Insider, in the hopes of angling for a prime college perch. Each year, he said the company works with around 100 of the world’s wealthiest teenagers.

Lakhani himself ended up at Yale as an undergraduate after securing a perfect score on the SAT and ACT. He segued into tutoring for SATs as a result, while also spending summers working details ⇒

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