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I would love to see a breakdown of the US by region and the colleges each region emphasizes as “top”— broken down again to reveal the matriculation of the region’s public, private, and parochial school students.
I’m curious because I think different colleges carry different weight in the minds of high school applicants (and parents, and counselors, and…) in different parts of the country. For example, Georgetown in the East vs. Georgetown in Texas.
The infographic above (published September 17, 2006):
Each number refers to the estimated percentage of students who choose to attend the school listed in the [left column] instead of the schools listed across the top.
Ending Early Admissions: Guess Who Wins? - New York Times
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