Princeton Acceptance Rates & Admissions Stats: Early Admissions & Regular Decision
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PRINCETON EARLY ADMISSIONS
Princeton has offered admission to 770 students from a pool of 5,003 candidates who applied through single-choice early action for the Class of 2021. Last year Princeton offered admission to 785 students from a pool of 4,229 candidates who applied through single-choice early action for the Class of 2020. Princeton forecasts a total admission of just above 1300 students for the Class of 2021 to be chosen from a record number of applicants. The pool was the largest in the last six years, representing an 18.3 percent increase over last year’s early applicant pool. The admission rate was 15.4 percent. In 2015, the early admit rate was 18.6 percent.
|PRINCETON EARLY ROUND ACCEPTANCE|
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PRINCETON UNIVERSITY REGULAR DECISION ADMISSIONS
Princeton University has offered admission to 1,894 students, or 6.46 percent of the 29,303 applicants to the Class of 2020. Last year, for the Class of 2019, Princeton admitted 1,908 out of 27,290 applicants for an admission rate of 6.99 percent. For the Class of 2018, Princeton admitted 1,939 out of 26,641 applicants for an admission rate of 7.3 percent. Princeton University received 3,854 early action applications and accepted 714 applicants. For the Class 2017, Princeton admitted 1,931 applicants for an admission rate of 7.3 percent. In the early action round, the university received 3,810 applications and accepted 697 applicants.
|PRINCETON UNIVERSITY ADMISSIONS: REGULAR DECISION|
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|PRINCETON UNIVERSITY ADMISSIONS: EARLY & REGULAR DECISION|
|Early & Regular Decision Applications Accepted||Early & Regular Decision Applications Received||Early & Regular Decision Admissions Acceptance Rate|