Secondary school senior Brittany Stinson learned Thursday she was acknowledged into five Ivy League schools – Yale, Columbia, University of Pennsylvania, Dartmouth, and Cornell.
She likewise got into Stanford, which has an acknowledgment rate of 4.69% – a lower rate than any of the Ivy League schools.
“I’m kind of still in stun; I don’t think I’ve handled everything yet,” she enthusiastically told Business Insider.
The Ivy League is famously difficult to get into, as the a huge number of different candidates to the eight world class schools are very much aware. The schools Stinson was acknowledged into have acknowledgment rates running from 13.96% to 4.69%. Read more…
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