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Stanford, CA, United States
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Stanford University

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1 Waitlisted with Interview
1 Rejected without Interview
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Waltham, MA, United States

Bentley University

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2
1 Admitted from Waitlist
1 Admitted
Wellesley, MA, United States

Babson College

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1 Researching or Writing Essays
1 Admitted

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Average Entry Age for Most Selective Universities in the US

This statistic presents the average age of freshmans for the most selective universities in the US. While the average entry age for top 20 universities is 20.9 years, average age of freshmen in Dallas Nursing Institute (DNI) is 32. But its also worth noting that in 2017, DNI's student population was only around 300. High average age of entry for other institutions like Harvard University and Columbia University is attributable to their large grad student base. For instance, 8,500 students were in undergraduate programs and 21,000 in postgraduate programs at Columbia University last year.

Washington and Lee University

Population (ug)1,844 Average SAT Score1,395 Acceptance Rate23.9%
Located in Lexington, VA, Washington and Lee University is a highly selective university that admitted only 23.9% of the applicants, with an average SAT score of 1,395, last year.

Pima Community College

Population (ug)19,859 Average SAT Score Acceptance Rate
Located in Tucson, AZ, Pima Community College is one of the largest universities by student population in the country. Currently, 19,859 undergraduate students are enrolled, compared to enrolled graduate students.