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STATISTICS

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 The Class of 2018

Geographic Distribution

 Size of class

633

New England

29%

 Number of transfers
 entering in September

50

Middle States

19%

 Number of states
 represented (including
 D.C.)

37

West

18%

 Number of foreign
 countries represented
 (by citizenship)

37

Midwest

6%

 Percentage who are students
 of color (excluding
 international)

39

South

5%

 Regular Decision

437

Foreign & U.S. Territories

19%

 Early Decision

196

Southwest

4%

 Applications and
 Enrollment

Rank in Class
(of those ranked)

 Total Applications

4,466

Top decile

62%

 Number admitted
 (42 percent)

1,885

Second Decile

23%

 Number enrolling
 (34 percent)

633

Third decile or below

16%

 

 

Not ranked

65%

College Board SAT Scores

(middle 50 percent range)

Representation of Schools

 Critical Reading

620-730

Public

62%

 Math

620-740

Independent

25%

 Writing

630-720

International*

14%

ACT Scores

Schools represented

535

Composite

28-31

 * includes both public
 and private schools

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