Posts Tagged ‘Princeton’

Legacies Have Leg Up in College Admissions

Ever wonder about legacy preferences in college admissions? Richard D. Kahlenberg’s book “Affirmative Action for the Rich: Legacy Preferences in College Admissions” examines legacy admission practices at a number of institutions including Brown, Princeton, Harvard, Penn and Dartmouth.

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Princeton Admits Record-Low 8.18%

Princeton University has admitted a record-low 8.18% of 26,247 applicants to the Class of 2014. 2,148 students were offered admission, making it the most selective this year’s admission process in Princeton University’s history.

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