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Dartmouth College
For the class of 2013, a record 18,130 students applied for approximately 1,100 places, and 12.6% of applicants were admitted. 95% of admitted students were ranked in the top 10% of their high school graduating class. 29.4% of admitted students were valedictorians and 10.9% were salutatorians. The mean SAT scores of admitted students by section were 729 for verbal, 733 for math, and 732 for writing
Required units: Recommended units: English History Math Science Social Studies 4 3 4 3 3

University of Pennsylvania
For the Class of 2012 entering in fall 2008, the university received 22,935 applications and admitted 16.95 percent of the applicants, 99% of whom were in the top 10% of their high school classes. Sixty-three percent of the admitted applicants matriculated.[ In 2007, Penn's acceptance rate was 15.9%, with 96% of incoming freshmen ranked in the top 10% of their high school classes. In the last 5 years, Penn has received around 21,000 applications for each freshman class, has admitted on average 17 percent of applications and saw about 65 percent of admitted applicants matriculate.
Middle 50% of First-Year Students
SAT Critical Reading: SAT Math: SAT Writing: ACT Composite: Required units: Recommended units: 20 total English Foreign Language History Math Science Of Science, units that must be lab Social Studies 4 4 3 4 3 3 2 660 - 750 690 - 780 670 - 760 30 - 34

Percent Who Submitted Scores
89% 89% 89% 36%

University of Michigan
Each year about 5,400 new students are enrolled out of almost 30,000 applicants, of which almost 42% are admitted. 98% of the university's incoming class of 2006 earned a high school GPA of 3.0 and higher, while the middle 50% of the incoming class earned a high school GPA of 3.60 to 3.90. The middle 50% of admitted applicants reported an SAT

score of about 1920 2180 and an ACT score of 28-32. Among full-time students, who make up about 96% of the student body, the university has a first-time student retention rate of 96%.  68% In-state students  32% Out-of-state students  1% Part-time students
Required units: 16 total
English Foreign Language History Math Science Of Science, units that must be lab Social Studies Recommended units: 20 total Electives Computer Science Foreign Language Math Science Visual/Performing Arts 1 1 4 4 4 2 4 2 3 3 3 1 3

Northwestern University
There were 21,930 applications for the undergraduate Class of 2011 (entering 2007): 5,872 were admitted (26.8%), 1,981 enrolled (33.7%), and 96.3% rematriculated as sophomores. The interquartile range on the SAT was 2010 2270 and 85% ranked in the top ten percent of their high school class.
Electives English Foreign Language Math Science Of Science, units that must be lab Social Studies 1 4 2 3 2 2 2

Test Scores Middle 50% of First-Year Students
SAT Critical Reading: SAT Math: SAT Writing: 670 - 750 690 - 780 670 - 750

Percent Who Submitted Scores
80% 80% 80%

Middle 50% of First-Year Students
ACT Composite: 30 - 33

Percent Who Submitted Scores
54%

Duke University
For the undergraduate class of 2013, Duke received 23,877 applications, and accepted 18% of them. For the class of 2012, 96% of admitted students ranked in the top 10% of their high school class. The middle 50% range of SAT scores for first-year students is 1340-1540 (old scale) or 2020-2320 (new scale), while the ACT range is 29-34.
English Foreign Language Math Science Social Studies Test Scores Middle 50% of FirstYear Students SAT Critical Reading: SAT Math: SAT Writing: ACT Composite: 660 - 750 Percent Who Submitted Scores 4 4 4 4 4

87%

680 - 780 660 - 760

87% 87%

30 - 34

43%

Stanford University
Stanford received 25,299 applications for admissions to the undergraduate program in 2007±2008, admitting 2,400 (9.8%), and enrolling 1,703 (71%), the lowest percentage in the university's 117-year history. 92% of students graduated in the top tenth of their high-school class and the inter-quartile ranges for the SAT were 680±780 for math, 670±760 for writing, and 650±760 for reading. For the class of 2013, Stanford received 5300 single-choice early action applications and accepted 689 of them, for an early admission rate of approximately 13%. This application season Stanford received more than 30,000 total applications from both the regular and early rounds and expects an overall admission rate of about 7.2%.
English Foreign Language History Math 4 3 1 4

Science Of Science, units that must be lab Social Studies

3 3 2

Columbia University
Columbia University's acceptance rate for the class of 2013 is 9.82%
Required units:
Recommended units: Electives English Foreign Language History Math Science 4 4 4 4 4 4

Of Science, units that must be lab Test Scores Middle 50% of First-Year Students
SAT Critical Reading: SAT Math: SAT Writing: ACT Composite: 680 - 770 690 - 780 680 - 770 31 - 34

Percent Who Submitted Scores
96% 96% 96% 28%

New York University
The undergraduate class of 2012 (entering Fall 2008) is made up of 4,310 students, 26.9% of which were early decision candidates. The middle 50% of SAT scores for the Class of 2011 fell between a 1300 and a 1440 while the middle 50% of ACT scores were between 29 and 31. The average high school GPA was a 3.63 and 72.3% of incoming students were in the top 10% of their class. The school's admissions rate fell to an NYU record low of 24% of applicants.
Required units: English Foreign Language History Math Science 4 2 4 3 3

Recommended units: Foreign Language Math Science 3 4 4

Test Scores Middle 50% of First-Year Students
SAT Critical Reading: SAT Math: SAT Writing: ACT Composite: 610 - 710 600 - 720 620 - 710 27 - 31

Percent Who Submitted Scores
87% 87% 87% 13%

Georgetown University
With 18,700 applications and 3,371 admitted for the class of 2012, Georgetown has an overall undergraduate acceptance rate of eighteen percent
Required units:
English Foreign Language History Math Science Social Studies 4 2 2 2 1 2

Test Scores
Middle 50% of First-Year Students SAT Critical Reading: SAT Math: SAT Writing: ACT Composite: 650 - 750 650 - 750 27 - 33 Percent Who Submitted Scores 94% 94% 5%

Vanderbilt University
The university's undergraduate programs are highly selective: in 2009, the Office of Undergraduate Admissions accepted 18.9% of applicants. In its most recent annual comparison of admissions selectivity, The Princeton Review gave Vanderbilt a rating of 98 out of 99. The freshmen in the Class of 2013 had standardized test scores that were well above average: the interquartile range (25th percentile-75th percentile) of SAT scores was 14001560 under the old scale, while the interquartile range of ACT scores was 31-34.
Required units: 18 total Electives 3

English Foreign Language History Math Science Of Science, units that must be lab Social Studies Recommended units: 21 total Math Science Of Science, units that must be lab Social Studies

4 2 1 3 3 2 2

4 4 3 3 Middle 50% of FirstYear Students SAT Critical Reading: SAT Math: SAT Writing: ACT Composite: 660 - 750 690 - 770 660 - 750 30 - 34 Percent Who Submitted Scores 55% 55% 55% 58%

University of Notre Dame
Percent applicants admitted: 29%
Required units: 16 total Electives English Foreign Language History Math Science Of Science, units that must be lab 3 4 2 2 3 2 2 Recommended units: 20 total Foreign Language 4

History Math Science

4 4 4

Middle 50% of First-Year Students SAT Critical Reading: SAT Math: SAT Writing: ACT Composite: 650 - 750 680 - 760 640 - 730 31 - 34

Percent Who Submitted Scores 48% 48% 48% 52%

Rice University
11,172 applications for undergraduate admission were received for the class of 2013 (Fall 2009), 2,487 were admitted (22%), and 894 enrolled (37%). In the class of 2013, 72% of ranked freshmen graduated in the top 5% of their high school class, and the inter-quartile range for SAT was 640-750 for reading, 670-780 for math, and 640-730 for writing.
Middle 50% of First-Year Students
SAT Critical Reading: SAT Math: SAT Writing: ACT Composite: 640 - 750 680 - 780 650 - 740 30 - 34 Required units: 16 total Electives English Foreign Language Math Science Of Science, units that must be lab Social Studies Recommended units: 20 total Foreign Language Math Science Of Science, units that must be lab 4 4 4 3 3 4 2 3 2 2 2

Percent Who Submitted Scores
89% 89% 89% 44%

Harvard College

For the class of 2010, the College admitted 2,109 students out of 22,753 applicants for an overall admittance rate of 9.3%. The Class of 2012 admissions pool was 27,278 applicants vying for admission into the pool of roughly 2,100 students, from which 1,948, or 7.1%, ultimately were accepted. The class of 2013 had the lowest admissions rate of any academic institution in the United States at 7%, and highest yield at an estimate 76% before including wait-listed students.
Required units: Recommended units: English Foreign Language History Math Science Social Studies 4 4 2 4 4 3

Middle 50% of First-Year Students SAT Critical Reading: SAT Math: SAT Writing: ACT Composite: 690 - 780 690 - 790 690 - 780 31 - 34

Percent Who Submitted Scores 96% 96% 96% 29%

Yale University
For the Class of 2013, Yale accepted 1,951 students out of 26,000 total applications, hitting a University record-low acceptance of 7.5%.Yale accepted 742 out of 5,556 early applicants and 1,209 out of 20,444 regular applicants
Middle 50% of First-Year Students SAT Critical Reading: SAT Math: SAT Writing: ACT Composite: Percent Who Submitted Scores 700 - 800 700 - 780 700 - 790 30 - 34 91% 91% 91% 32%

Cornell University
For the undergraduate class of 2013, the admission rate was 19.1%. For the undergraduate class of 2012, the admission rate was 20.4%. Of those admitted, the average SAT Verbal score was 700, while the average SAT Math was a 720. Also, 92% of admitted students for the Class of 2011 were in the top 10% of their graduating high school class
Required units: 16 total English 4

Math

3 Recommended units:

Foreign Language History Science Of Science, units that must be lab Social Studies

3 3 3 3 3

Brown University
The admission rate for the undergraduate class of 2014 was 9.3 percent. 96 percent of accepted students were in the top 10 percent of their high school class, and 38 percent were either valedictorian or salutatorian. Brown began using the Common Application in the Fall of 2008. The Graduate School is also highly competitive, with graduate programs accepting 18% of the 7,283 students who applied in 2008. The Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University accepted less than 2% of its 5,000+ applicants.
Recommended units: 19 total Electives 1 English 4 Foreign Language 4 History 2 Math 4 Science 4 Of Science, units that must be lab3 Note: At least 1 art unit (music or art) recommended. Familiarity with computers recommended. Physics, chemistry, and advanced mathematics recommended for prospective science or engineering majors. Test Scores Middle 50% of First-Year Students SAT Critical Reading: 650 - 760 SAT Math: SAT Writing: ACT Composite: 670 - 780 660 - 770 28 - 33 Percent Who Submitted Scores 92% 92% 92% 30%

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