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US Colleges Admissions Stats (By Year)

2017 | 2016 | 2015 | 2014 | 2013 | 2012 | 2011 | 2010 | 2009 | 2008 | 2007

 

 

Ivy League Admission Stats (+ Stanford and MIT)

 

Ivy League Colleges Overall Acceptance Rate Total Applications Early Applications Early Acceptances Early Acceptance Rate Regular Applications Regular Acceptances Regular Acceptance Rate
Harvard
(Mass.)
6.2%
34,950
-
-
-
34,950
2,158
6.2%
Yale
(Conn.)
7.4%
27,282
5,257
761
14.5%
22,025
1,245
5.7%
Princeton
(N.J.)
8.4%
27,189
-
-
-
27,189
2,282
8.4%
Columbia
(N.Y.)
6.9%
34,929
3,217
627
19.5%
31,712
1,792
5.7%
UPenn
(P.A.)
12.3%
31,659
4,557
1,195
26.2%
27,102
2,685
9.9%
Brown
(R.I.)
8.7%
30,946
2,796
577
20.6%
28,150
2,115
7.5%
Dartmouth
(N.H.)
9.7%
22,385
1,759
444
25.2%
20,626
1,734
8.4%
Cornell
(N.Y.)
18%
36,392
3,456
1,228
35.5%
32,936
5,306
16.1%
Stanford
(Calif.)
7.1%
34,348
-
-
-
-
-
-
MIT
(Mass.)
9.7%
17,909
6,404
772
12.1%
15,547
943
6.1%

 

For class of 2015

 


 

Applicant Profiles for Top US Colleges

Harvard University | Yale University | Princeton University | Columbia University | University of Pennsylvania | Brown University | Dartmouth University | Cornell University | Stanford University | Massachusetts Institute of Technology

International Student Statistics for Top Schools

 

 


Brown University
Source


 
2016
2015
2014
2013
2012
2011
2010
2009
2008
2007
Early Admittance
556
577
567
551
555
523
545
571
538
410
Applicants
2,919
2,796
2,847
2,348
2,461
2,307
2,379
2,046
1,920
1,863
Admittance Rate
19.05%
20.64%
19.92%
23.47%
22.55%
22.70%
22.70%
27.91%
28.02%
22.00%
Regular Admittance
2,157
2,157
2,237
2,157
2,187
2,054
1,980
1,892
1,336
1,728,115
Applicants
22,640
22,640
27,289
22,640
18,143
16,737
15,871
14,862
11,467
13,290
Admittance Rate
9.53%
9.53%
8.20%
9.53%
12.05%
12.27%
12.48%
12.73%
11.65%
13.00%
Total Admittance
2,760
2,692
2,804
2,708
2,700
2,577
2,525
2,463
1,874
2,258
Applicants
28,742
30,946
30,136
24,988
20,604
19,044
18,313
16,908
13,387
15,153
Admittance Rate
9.60%
8.70%
9.30%
10.80%
13.10%
13.53%
13.80%
14.57%
14.00%
14.90%

 

Class of 2016

For the class of 2016 Brown admitted 9.6 percent of its applicants whereas for 2015 it was 8.7 percent. There were 28,742 applications with only 2,760 students admitted. Out of all applicants admitted, 47 percent of them were valedeictorians or salutatorians.

 

Class of 2014

SAT Critical Reading Distribution
  Applied Accepted % Accepted Enrolled % of Class
800
2,230
496
22.20%
186
14.60%
750-790
3,170
459
14.50%
213
28.60%
700-740
6,084
705
11.50%
365
18.60%
650-690
5,579
403
7.20%
237
11.50%
600-640
3,911
240
6.10%
146
0.3%
550-590
2,076
117
5.60%
87
6.80%
500-540
1,095
41
3.70%
37
2.90%
< 500
709
6
0.80%
4
<1.0%

SAT Math Distribution
  Applied Accepted % Accepted Enrolled % of Class
800
2,836
515
18.2%
200
15.7%
750-790
5,259
701
13.3%
330
25.9%
700-740
5,342
545
10.20%
298
23.40%
650-690
5,201
391
7.50%
242
19.00%
600-640
3,108
219
7.00%
140
11.00%
550-590
1,599
73
4.60%
48
3.80%
500-540
849
19
2.20%
13
1.00%
< 500
624
4
0.60%
4
<1.0%

SAT Writing Distribution
  Applied Accepted % Accepted Enrolled % of Class
800
2,262
506
22.40%
199
15.60%
750-790
4,596
683
14.90%
324
25.40%
700-740
5,905
566
9.60%
300
23.50%
650-690
5,392
384
7.10%
226
17.70%
600-640
3,321
207
6.20%
133
10.40%
550-590
1,848
91
4.90%
69
5.40%
500-540
891
25
2.80%
21
1.60%
< 500
601
5
0.80%
3
<1.0%

Distribution of ACT Scores
  Applied Accepted % Accepted Enrolled % of Class
36
113
36
31.9%
11
2.0%
33-35
3,280
405
12.3%
191
34.4%
29-32
5,056
357
7.1%
236
42.5%
26-28
1,719
103
6.0%
77
13.9%
23-25
754
43
5.7%
37
6.7%
<23
361
3
0.8%
3
<1.0%

Class Rank
  Applied Accepted % Accepted Enrolled
Valedictorian
1,680
350
21%
141
Salutorian
799
124
16%
61
Top 10%
9,287
1,042
11%
511

 

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Columbia University
source


 
2016
2015
2014
2013
2012
2011
2010
2009
2008
2007
Early Admittance
632
632
631
594
454
592
582
578
-
463
Applicants
3,088
3,229
2,995
2,945
2,105
2,428
2,044
2,157
-
1,805
Admittance Rate
19.59%
19.57%
21.07%
20.17%
21.57%
24.40%
28.47%
26.80%
0.00%
25.65%
Regular Admittance
1,753
1,787
1,766
1,903
1,206
1,608
1,071
1,734
-
1,115
Applicants
28,730
31,700
23,183
22,483
17,011
18,915
15,104
15,968
-
12,857
Admittance Rate
6.12%
5.64%
7.62%
8.46%
7.09%
8.50%
7.90%
10.86%
0.00%
8.67%
Total Admittance
2,363
2,419
2,397
2,497
1,660
2,220
1,653
2,312
2,214
1,578
Applicants
31,818
34,929
26,178
25,428
19,116
21,343
17,148
18,125
17,255
14,662
Admittance Rate
7.43%
6.93%
9.16%
9.82%
8.68%
10.40%
9.60%
12.76%
12.83%
10.80%

 

Class of 2016

For the class of 2016 Columbia admitted 7.4 percent of its applicants whereas for 2015 it was 6.9 percent. There were 31,818 applications with only 2,363 students admitted. Only a class of 1,391 students are expected.

 

Class of 2014

  • Of schools that provided Columbia with a class rank, approximately 97% of accepted students were in the top 10% of their graduating class
  • The middle 50% of admitted students scored between a 2100 and 2330 on the Math, Critical Reading and Writing sections of the SAT
  • The middle 50% of admitted students scored between a 31 and 34 on the ACT

 

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Cornell University
source


 
2016
2015
2014
2013
2012
2011
2010
2009
2008
2007
Early Admittance
1,171
1,215
1,176
1,249
1,142
1,103
1,110
1,072
-
-
Applicants
3,609
3,456
3,594
3,405
3,095
3,017
2,849
2,572
-
2,729
Admittance Rate
32.45%
35.16%
32.72%
36.68%
36.90%
36.60%
38.96%
41.68%
0.00%
0.00%
Regular Admittance
4,943
5,306
5,510
5,318
5,592
5,086
5,817
5,312
-
-
Applicants
34,203
32,936
32,743
30,919
29,916
27,174
25,248
21,872
-
17,712
Admittance Rate
14.45%
16.11%
16.83%
17.20%
18.69%
18.72%
23.04%
24.29%
0.00%
24.35%
Total Admittance
6,114
6,521
6,686
6,567
6,734
6,189
6,927
6,384
-
6,337
Applicants
37,812
36,392
36,337
34,381
33,011
30,191
28,097
24,444
-
20,442
Admittance Rate
16.17%
17.92%
18.40%
19.10%
20.40%
20.50%
24.65%
26.10%
28.70%
31.00%

 

Class of 2016

For the class of 2016 Cornell admitted a record low 16.2 percent of its applicants whereas for 2015 it was 18.0 percent. There were 37,812 applications with only 4,943 students admitted through regular admittance. Early admitted students numbered 1,180 with 3,120 students waitlisted. Median SAT scores of the admitted students were 710 Critical Reading and 740 Math.

 

Class of 2015

  25th Percentile 50th Percentile 75th Percentile Mean/Average
SAT I Critical Reading
630
680
730
678
SAT I Math
670
730
770
715
SAT I Total
1,320
1,410
1,480
1,393
ACT Composite
29
31
33
31

 

Class profile for the class of 2015

  • 65.6% attended public high school
  • 15.3% are children of Cornell alumni
  • 6.4% are recruited athletes
  • 89% of enrolled students who submitted their high school rank were in their top tenth of graduating class, 98% were in the top quarter of graduating class

 

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Dartmouth University
source


 
2016
2015
2014
2013
2012
2011
2010
2009
2008
2007
Early Admittance
465
444
461
401
400
380
398
397
384
394
Applicants
1,800
1,754
1,594
1,550
1,429
1,285
1,321
1,182
1,278
1,217
Admittance Rate
25.83%
25.31%
28.92%
25.87%
27.99%
29.57%
30.13%
33.60%
30.05%
32.37%
Regular Admittance
1,715
1,734
1,704
2,413
1,790
2,166
1,788
1,752
1,759
-
Applicants
21,310
20,700
17,184
16,580
15,107
14,176
12,617
11,433
10,455
-
Admittance Rate
8.05%
8.38%
9.92%
14.55%
11.85%
13.85%
14.17%
15.32%
16.82%
20.00%
Total Admittance
2,180
2,178
2,165
2,814
2,190
-
2,186
2,149
2,143
-
Applicants
23,110
22,454
18,778
18,130
16,536
-
13,938
12,615
11,733
11,853
Admittance Rate
9.43%
9.70%
11.53%
15.52%
13.24%
-
15.68%
17.04%
18.26%
17.50%

 

Class of 2016

For the class of 2016 Dartmouth admitted a record low 9.4 percent of its applicants whereas for 2015 it was 9.7 percent. There were 23,110 applications with only 2,180 students admitted. From the pool of students who were admitted, 9.3 percent were international students, 48 percent were valedictorians, and 12.7 percent were salutatorians.

 

Class of 2015

SAT Critical Reading % of Applicants % of Admitted Students Acceptance Rate
800
8.2%
24.4%
32.0%
700-790
38.4%
53.1%
14.8%
600-690
35.7%
17.7%
5.3%
500-590
14.1%
4.6%
3.6%
490 and below
3.6%
0.1%
0.3%

SAT Math % of Applicants % of Admitted Students Acceptance Rate
800
16.2%
28.3%
18.7%
700-790
43.6%
49.3%
12.1%
600-690
29.4%
20.2%
7.4%
500-590
8.6%
2.2%
2.7%
490 and below
2.1%
0.0%
0.0%

SAT Writing % of Applicants % of Admitted Students Acceptance Rate
800
9.4%
26.4%
30.0%
700-790
43.8%
53.9%
13.2%
600-690
32.0%
15.8%
5.3%
500-590
11.7%
3.6%
3.3%
490 and below
3.1%
0.2%
0.6%

ACT
Median 33
25th Percentile 30
75th Percentile 34

 

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Harvard University
source


 
2016
2015
2014
2013
2012
2011
2010
2009
2008
2007
Early Admittance
772
-
-
-
-
875
800
885
906
1,150
Applicants
4,231
-
-
-
-
4,008
4,000
4,214
3,888
7,620
Admittance Rate
18.25%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
22.00%
20.00%
21.00%
23.30%
15.09%
Regular Admittance
1,260
2,158
2,110
2,131
1,948
1,183
1,309
1,189
1,123
900
Applicants
33,158
34,950
30,489
29,112
27,462
18,947
18,753
18,582
15,862
13,298
Admittance Rate
3.80%
6.17%
6.92%
7.32%
7.09%
6.24%
6.98%
6.40%
7.08%
6.77%
Total Admittance
2,032
2,158
2,110
2,131
1,948
2,058
2,109
2,074
2,029
2,050
Applicants
34,441
34,950
30,489
29,112
27,462
22,955
22,753
22,796
19,750
20,918
Admittance Rate
5.90%
6.17%
6.92%
7.32%
7.09%
8.97%
9.30%
9.10%
10.27%
9.80%

 

Class of 2016

For the class of 2016 Harvard admitted a record low 5.9 percent of its applicants. Regular admission students numbered 1,260 while only 772 were admitted early. The percentage rate of regular decision admittance was 3.8. From the pool of students who were admitted, 10.2 percent were African American, 11.2 percent were Latino, and 10 percent were international students.

 

Class of 2015

  • More than 14,000 applicants scored 700 or more on the SAT critical reading test; 17,000 scored 700 or above on the SAT math test; 15,000 scored 700 or higher on the SAT writing test
  • 3,800 were ranked first in their high school classes

 

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Massachusetts Institute of Technology
source


 
2016
2015
2014
2013
2012
2011
2010
2009
2008
2007
Early Admittance
680
772
590
540
522
390
377
321
-
524
Applicants
6,008
6,405
5,683
5,019
3,928
3,493
3,098
2,380
-
3,584
Admittance Rate
11.32%
12.05%
10.38%
10.76%
13.29%
11.00%
12.17%
13.50%
0.00%
14.62%
Regular Admittance
940
943
1,021
1,057
1,032
1,143
1,097
1,174
-
1,211
Applicants
12,101
11,504
10,949
10,642
9,468
8,950
8,275
8,059
-
6,963
Admittance Rate
7.77%
8.20%
9.33%
9.93%
10.90%
12.77%
13.26%
14.56%
0.00%
17.39%
Total Admittance
1,620
1,715
1,611
1,597
1,554
1,533
1,474
1,495
1,664
1,735
Applicants
18,109
17,909
16,632
15,661
13,396
12,443
11,373
10,439
10,464
10,547
Admittance Rate
8.95%
9.58%
9.69%
10.20%
11.60%
12.32%
12.96%
14.32%
15.90%
16.45%

 

Class of 2016

For the class of 2016 MIT admitted a record low 8.9 percent of its applicants. There were 18,109 applications with only 1,620 students admitted.

 

Class of 2015

Middle 50% score range of admitted students (25th and 75th percentiles)
Test Range
SAT: Critical Reading
680-780
SAT: Math
740-800
SAT: Writing
690-780
ACT Composite
32-35
ACT Math
34-36
ACT English
32-35
SAT Subject Test: Math
750-800
SAT Subject Test: Science
720-800

Distribution of SAT Reasoning Test Scores (Math)
  Applicants Admits Admit rate
750-800
7,805
1,166
15%
700-740
3,159
323
10%
650-690
1,838
87
5%
600-640
841
4
0%
< 600
564
0
0%

Distribution of SAT Reasoning Test Scores (Critical Reading)
  Applicants Admits Admit rate
750-800
3,373
641
19%
700-740
3,451
437
13%
650-690
2,999
290
10%
600-640
2,065
136
7%
< 600
2,319
76
3%

Distribution of SAT Reasoning Test Scores (Writing)
  Applicants Admits Admit rate
750-800
3,962
771
19%
700-740
3,031
397
13%
650-690
2,908
244
8%
600-640
1,953
114
6%
< 600
2,349
54
2%

Distribution of ACT Scores (Composite)
  Applicants Admits Admit rate
34-36
2,248
346
15%
31-33
2,293
192
8%
28-30
961
49
5%
25-27
461
13
3%
< 25
253
0
0%

 

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Princeton University
Source


 
2016
2015
2014
2013
2012
2011
2010
2009
2008
2007
Early Admittance
726
-
-
-
-
597
599
593
581
591
Applicants
3,476
-
-
-
-
2,286
2,236
2,039
1,815
2,600
Admittance Rate
20.89%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
26.00%
26.79%
29.10%
32.01%
22.73%
Regular Admittance
1,369
2,282
2,148
2,150
2,122
1,194
1,193
1,214
1,050
979
Applicants
23,188
27,189
26,247
21,964
21,370
16,605
15,327
14,477
11,875
13,125
Admittance Rate
5.90%
8.39%
8.18%
9.79%
9.93%
7.19%
7.78%
8.40%
8.84%
7.46%
Total Admittance
2,095
2,282
2,148
2,150
2,122
1,791
1,792
1,807
1,631
1,570
Applicants
26,664
27,189
26,247
21,964
21,370
18,942
17,563
15,516
13,690
15,725
Admittance Rate
7.86%
8.39%
8.18%
9.79%
9.93%
9.46%
10.20%
10.90%
11.91%
9.90%

 

Class of 2016

For the class of 2016 Princeton admitted 7.86 percent of its applicants whereas for 2015 it was 8.39 percent. There were 26,664 applications with only 2,095 students admitted. The number of students who were waitlisted was 1,472. The early admittance rate was 21.09 percent and regular admittance rate was 5.9 percent. From the pool of students who were admitted, 12.2 percent were international students, and 9.5 percent were legacies.

 

Class of 2015

Percentage of Applicants Accepted by GPA Range
GPA % Accepted
4.00
14.1
3.90-3.99
8.9
3.80-3.89
6.8
3.70-3.79
5.8
3.60-3.69
4.3
3.50-3.59
2.7
Below 3.50
2.1

Percentage of Applicants Accepted by SAT Range
SAT Scores % Accepted
2300-2400
21.6
2100-2290
9.4
1900-2090
4.3
1700-1890
1.4
1500-1690
0.2
Below 1500
0.0
No CEEB Scores
6.5

  • Of those enrolling students whose secondary schools provided Princeton with ranks-in-class, 93% ranked in the top decile.
  • 12.3% of the students in the class are children of Princeton alumni.
  • 58% of students came from public school, while 28.6% came from boarding school.

 

Middle 50% Scores
Test Range
SAT: Critical Reading
700-790
SAT: Math
710-800
SAT: Writing
700-790
ACT Composite
31-34

 

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Stanford University
source


 
2016
2015
2014
2013
2012
2011
2010
2009
2008
2007
Early Admittance
755
754
753
689
738
750
853
867
803
596
Applicants
5,880
5,929
5,566
5,363
4,551
4,644
4,503
4,644
4,015
2,468
Admittance Rate
12.84%
12.72%
13.53%
12.85%
16.22%
16.00%
18.94%
18.67%
20.00%
24.15%
Regular Admittance
1,672
1,673
1,547
1,696
1,662
1,715
1,547
1,545
1,621
1,653
Applicants
30,751
28,419
26,456
25,065
20,747
19,312
17,720
15,550
15,085
16,532
Admittance Rate
5.44%
5.89%
5.85%
6.77%
8.01%
8.88%
8.73%
9.94%
10.75%
10.00%
Total Admittance
2,427
2,427
2,300
2,385
2,400
2,465
2,400
2,412
2,424
2,249
Applicants
36,631
34,348
23,022
30,428
25,298
23,956
22,223
20,194
19,100
19,000
Admittance Rate
6.63%
7.07%
7.18%
7.84%
9.49%
10.29%
10.80%
11.94%
12.69%
11.84%

 

Class of 2016

For the class of 2016 Stanford admitted a record low 6.6 percent of its applicants whereas for 2015 it was 7.1 percent. There were 36,631 applications with only 1,672 students admitted regular and 755 student admitted early. The number of students who were waitlisted was 789. From the pool of students who were admitted, 8.9 percent were international students.

 

Class of 2015

GPA Percent of Applicants Admit Rate Percent of Admitted Class
4.0 and above
55%
9%
71%
3.70 - 3.99
30%
6%
24%
below 3.70
15%
3%
6%

Rank Percent of Applicants Admit Rate Percent of Admitted Class
Top 10%
80%
7%
94%
11% - 20%
12%
2%
4%
21% and below
8%
2%
2%

SAT Critical Reading
Score Percent of Applicants Admit Rate Percent of Admitted Class
800
8%
18%
19%
700-799
36%
10%
49%
600-699
37%
6%
28%
Below 600
19%
2%
4%

SAT Math
Score Percent of Applicants Admit Rate Percent of Admitted Class
800
16%
12%
26%
700-799
43%
9%
50%
600-699
29%
6%
22%
Below 600
12%
2%
3%

SAT Writing
Score Percent of Applicants Admit Rate Percent of Admitted Class
800
8%
19%
20%
700-799
40%
10%
54%
600-699
35%
5%
22%
Below 600
17%
2%
4%

ACT Composite
Score Percent of Applicants Admit Rate Percent of Admitted Class
30-36
69%
8%
85%
24-29
26%
3%
13%
18-23
5%
2%
2%

 

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University of Pennsylvania
Source


 
2016
2015
2014
2013
2012
2011
2010
2009
2008
2007
Early Admittance
1,148
1,192
1,319
1,156
1,147
1,178
1,180
1,169
1,120
1,122
Applicants
4,526
4,557
3,851
3,666
3,912
4,001
4,148
3,420
3,387
-
Admittance Rate
25.36%
26.16%
34.25%
31.53%
29.32%
29.44%
28.00%
34.18%
33.07%
33.00%
Regular Admittance
2,698
2,688
2,511
2,770
2,622
2,432
2,442
2,611
2,541
-
Applicants
26,742
27,102
23,087
19,273
19,010
18,633
16,331
14,942
14,947
-
Admittance Rate
10.09%
9.92%
10.88%
14.37%
13.79%
13.05%
13.80%
17.47%
17.00%
16.50%
Total Admittance
3,846
3,880
3,830
3,926
3,769
3,610
3,622
3,912
3,846
3,858
Applicants
31,268
31,659
26,938
22,939
22,922
22,634
20,479
18,800
18,334
18,827
Admittance Rate
12.30%
12.26%
14.22%
17.11%
16.44%
15.95%
17.70%
20.81%
20.98%
20.50%

 

Class of 2016

For the class of 2016 Penn admitted a 12.3 percent of its applicants. There were only 3,846 students admitted and 2,017 students waitlisted. From the pool of students who were admitted the average SAT was 2185.

 

Class of 2015

Testing Means for the Middle 50 Percent of Enrolled Students
Test Range
SAT: Critical Reading
670-750
SAT: Math
690-780
SAT: Writing
680-780
ACT Composite
31-34

 

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Yale University
Source


 
2016
2015
2014
2013
2012
2011
2010
2009
2008
2007
Early Admittance
675
761
730
742
885
709
724
704
670
557
Applicants
4,304
5,257
5,235
5,556
4,888
3,541
4,084
3,933
3,980
2,611
Admittance Rate
15.68%
14.48%
13.94%
13.35%
18.11%
20.02%
17.7%
18.00%
16.83%
21.33%
Regular Admittance
1,300
1,245
1,210
1,209
1,007
1,151
1,099
1,176
1,280
1,458
Applicants
24,671
22,025
20,634
20,444
17,925
15,782
18,976
15,515
15,694
15,120
Admittance Rate
5.27%
5.65%
5.86%
5.91%
5.62%
7.29%
5.80%
7.50%
8.16%
9.64%
Total Admittance
1,975
2,006
1,940
1,951
1,892
1,860
1,823
1,880
1950
2,015
Applicants
28,975
27,282
25,869
26,000
22,813
19,323
21,099
19,448
19,674
17,731
Admittance Rate
6.82%
7.35%
7.50%
7.50%
8.29%
9.63%
8.60%
9.70%
9.91%
11.36%

 

Class of 2016

For the class of 2016 Yale admitted a record low 6.8 percent of its applicants whereas for 2015 it was 7.35 percent. There were 28,975 applications with only 1,975 students admitted. The number of students who were waitlisted was 1,001.

 

Class of 2014

Test score ranges (25th to 75th percentiles) for enrolled freshmen
Test Range
SAT: Verbal
700-800
SAT: Math
710-790
SAT: Writing
710-800
ACT Composite
32-35

 

  • 56% of matriculants came from public high schools
  • 44% of matriculants came from independent, parochial, and other schools
  • 13% of matriculants were Yale College and/or Graduate and Professional School legacies

 

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International Student Statistics for Top US Colleges

 

Ivy League College Enrollment Year Percentage of International Students
Harvard (Mass.)
2011
11%
Yale (Conn.)
2010
13%
Princeton (N.J.)
2011
11%
Columbia (N.Y.)
2010
17%
University of Pennsylvania (P.A.)
2011
14.6%
Brown (R.I.)
2010
10%
Dartmouth (N.H.)
2010
7.9%
Cornell (N.Y.)
2011
10.4%
Stanford* (Calif.)
-
-
Massachusetts Institute of Technology* (Mass.)
2011
0.8%

 

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