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Given that 25% of the freshman class at those three schools is over 1,000 students, it would seem that these 3 schools would need to enroll more than 1/2 of all of the students who achieve a 1590 or 1600.
I think that can't be correct. They must reject some of these candidates, and there are many other top schools who will draw them away.
Am I thinking about this incorrectly, or is it possible that these schools may be overstating their students scores a bit?