College Admissions Statistics

College admissions statistics don’t typically include this number. Men get admitted at a 13% higher rate…according to a 2007 “US News & World Report” study. According to a “Philadelphia Inquirer” piece entitled “Affirmative Action Isn’t for White Guys,”At some institutions, men get an even bigger boost than that. The College … 

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Ivy League Admissions Statistics

For those receiving word of college decisions from Ivy League schools this coming Wednesday, let’s review this year’s Ivy League admissions statistics — including the number of applications to the eight member universities as well as the percentage increase from the previous year. Columbia University received the greatest increase in … 

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NCAA Admissions Statistics

The University of Arizona’s 93-77 upset of defending champion Duke University in their Sweet 16 NCAA Tournament matchup eliminated the most highly selective university from the field of competition. The upset is good news for next year’s batch of Duke University applicants as a repeat title would have only led … 

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College Admissions and March Madness

It’s that time of year again, the time of year when you print out your NCAA Tourney bracket, read Dick Vitale’s predictions on ESPN, and then fill in your own projections for the universities you think will advance to the Sweet 16 and beyond. In the Ivy League, for the … 

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