Early Admissions & Regular Decision
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PRINCETON EARLY ADMISSIONS
Princeton has offered admission to 799 students from a pool of 5,402 candidates who applied through single-choice early action for the Class of 2022. Last year Princeton offered admission to 770 students from a pool of 5,003 candidates who applied through single-choice early action for the Class of 2021. Princeton forecasts a total admission of just above 1300 students for the Class of 2022 to be chosen from a record number of applicants.
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PRINCETON UNIVERSITY EARLY & REGULAR DECISION ADMISSIONS
Princeton University has offered admission to 1,890 students, or 6.1 percent of the record 31,056 applicants for the Class of 2021, in what is the most selective admission process to date. Last year, the admission rate was 6.46 percent. Of the students offered admission, 50.5 percent are women and 49.5 percent are men; 53.4 percent have self-identified as people of color and 18.9 percent will be the first in their families to attend college. Princeton University 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. 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 UNIVERSITY ADMISSIONS: REGULAR DECISION|
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|PRINCETON UNIVERSITY ADMISSIONS: EARLY & REGULAR DECISION|
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