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Aside from the percentage of in-state students that W&M must accept, does William and Mary have any limits/quotas to the people they can take from a certain geographic region--specifically from the same high school? If multiple applicants attend the same out-of-state high school, can W&M only accept one? If three students apply from High School X and one is a "stronger" applicant, will the others be rejected simply because they didn't shine as much as their one peer? In short, are out-of-state applicants' admission decisions more affected by how they measure up to the other candidates from their high school, or comparison to all out-of-state applicants?