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Class of 2021 – Early Admissions Results

Early Decision Results are coming in for the Class of 2021…Take a look:

Institution (Plan)                                          Applied        Admitted        Rate
Barnard (ED)                                                     934
Boston College (REA)                                       9, 000            2, 900         32%
Boston University (ED1)                                   2, 142               916         43%
Brown (ED)                                                     3, 170               695         22%
Claremont McKenna (ED1)NEW                            155
Columbia (ED)                                                 4, 086
Cornell (ED)                                                     5, 384              1, 378         26%
Dartmouth (ED)                                                1, 999                 555         28%
Dickinson (ED1)                                                   203
Duke (ED)                                                         3, 516                861          24%
Emory (Emory) (ED1)                                         1, 493                474          32%
Emory (Oxford) (ED1)                                            712                190          27%
Georgetown (REA)                                               7, 822                931         12%
Georgia Tech (EA)                                              15, 715             4, 380         28%
Harvard (SCEA)                                                   6, 473               938          14%
Harvey Mudd (ED1)                                                285
Johns Hopkins (ED)                                              1, 934                591         31%
Middlebury (ED1)                                                    673                343          51%
MIT (EA)                                                              8, 394                657            8%
NYU (ED1)                                                            1, 885
Northwestern (ED)                                                 3, 736                971          26%
Princeton (SCEA)                                                    5, 003                770          15%
Tufts (ED1)                                                               574
University of Georgia (EA)                                      15, 800              8, 000          51%
Notre Dame (REA)                                                   6, 020              1, 470          24%
UPenn (ED)                                                             6, 147              1, 354          22%
Virginia (EA)                                                          20, 446              5, 914          29%
Wesleyan (ED1)                                                          742
Williams (ED)                                                              728                257           35%
Yale (SCEA)                                                              5, 086                871           17%

Author: Yuri Punj

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