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I'm writing my "Why _____ university" essays, where I use evidence from various websites (college board, **************, the college's website, college *******, ect) and from talking to students at the schools and I have some stats and numbers to back my claims (students taking a certain amount of a major, student faculty ratio, average job offers upon graduation ect). Do u think I should say where I get my info from in my essay? (Like, after each fact, or as a footnote) so the college knows I'm legitimate and not making my facts up? Or should I just state the facts and numbers and just assume the college will be ok with it?