The Best Ways to Fix College Admissions Are Probably Illegal


Year after year, the admissions process at selective colleges seems to make high-schoolers and their parents only more anxious. The numbers are wild: Harvard admitted just 4.6 percent, Stanford only 4.29 percent, and Princeton 5.5 percent. Although selective schools-those that accept fewer than half of applicants-enroll only about one-fifth of U.S. undergraduates, they account for more than one-third of applications each year. Read More

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