The University of Pennsylvania Undergraduate Admissions Office reported that 9.5% of regular decision applicants were admitted to the Class of 2015, down from 11.4% last year. This marks the first time that the University’s regular decision acceptance rate has dipped below the 10% mark. Penn’s overall acceptance rate for the Class of 2015 is 12.3%, [...]
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Class of 2014 Admission Results for Duke, Penn, Cornell, Dartmouth, Northwestern, MIT, Stanford and More….
Penn sent out approximately 200 likely letters in March 2010 – an increase from last year’s 120. According to the Daily Pennsylvanian, many of the students who received the letters expressed interest in studying natural sciences such as physics and chemistry, traditionally “under-enrolled” majors.
Harvard, Princeton, Brown, Penn, Chicago and other universities received record numbers of applications for the Class of 2014.
More than 30% of the Class of 2014 has been admitted under binding Early Decision programs at Cornell, Dartmouth, Swarthmore, Columbia, Amherst, Williams College, Middlebury, Wesleyan (CT) and Northwestern.
More than 30% of the Class of 2014 has been admitted under binding Early Decision programs at Cornell, Dartmouth, Swarthmore, Columbia, Amherst, Williams College, Middlebury and Northwestern.
Penn, Brown University, Duke University and Dartmouth College reported increases in early decision applications for the Class of 2014. Yale University, which has a non-binding early action programs, experienced a 5-percent decrease in applications. Stanford University, offering a single-choice early option action saw a 4-percent increase in applications.
The College Board’s new policy that lets students report selected SAT scores has set off both a national debate and heightened anxiety. Until now, students who took the SAT more than once had no choice but to submit scores from all test administration dates. Score Choice eliminates that requirement, except when the college or university opposes the policy.