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Just writing out of curiosity, as I no longer have access to my copy of A is for Admission.
I was wondering what a 1600 during this time period was able to do for you. Just how much rarer was it compared to today? How was it viewed in terms of admissions? How was financial aid structured around this time with respect to elite colleges?