Ivy League acceptance rates rise at select schools

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March 27, 2020 — Harvard, Dartmouth, Yale and Penn
For the incoming freshman class, these four Ivies accepted more students than the year before: Harvard at 5.9% vs 5.6% last year, Dartmouth at 8.8% ...

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