Every student should have the opportunity to attend IMACS. Even though I attend an Ivy League school with intelligent students, IMACS taught me to think abstractly and gave me a leg up over my peers. The skills and confidence IMACS afforded me played a fundamental role in my success during my first year at Wharton.
Troy Daly Began IMACS at Age 9
Troy began his IMACS journey at the age of nine. After completing both Math Enrichment and Computer Programming & Virtual Robotics, Troy studied the university-level Computer Science and Logic for Mathematics programs. Before graduating high school, Troy was a National Merit Finalist, National AP Scholar, National Chess Champion and valedictorian of his class.
After his freshman year at the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School of Business, Troy reported that the critical thinking and logical reasoning skills he learned at IMACS gave him the confidence to handle any challenge at Penn. In particular, he found that his programming skills gave him a huge advantage over his Wharton peers in the required Operations Information Management course.
Troy had the IMACS advantage!
He chose The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.
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