Ratings Aren’t Always Reality

Choose a school that best fits YOUR needs…not theirs.

by Daniel Yoo

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Over the last decade, colleges have become extremely selective. Stanford University had an acceptance rate of 22.1 percent in 1992, but fast forward 29 years, Stanford University has a 4.7 percent acceptance rate in 2021. Every year more students apply to prestigious universities and fewer get accepted, a positive trend…

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