A college-admissions edge

2013-03-08 14.42.37At schools that rely heavily on Early Decision, it can be extremely difficult to get in during the normal cycle. A Washington Post analysis found 37 elite schools where the Early Decision share of enrolled freshmen in 2015 was at least 40%. At Duke, 47% of the freshman class was filled via ED, and at Penn it was 54%. ED filled roughly half of the freshman seats at Vanderbilt, Emory, Northwestern, and Tufts, as well as Davidson, Bowdoin, Swarthmore, and Claremont McKenna.

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