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What is the hardest school within Cornell to get into?

BrandyBaileyBrandyBailey Registered User Posts: 29 Junior Member
edited March 11 in Cornell University
Which school is the hardest school within Cornell to receive admission from?

Replies to: What is the hardest school within Cornell to get into?

  • rphcfbrphcfb Registered User Posts: 175 Junior Member
    Dyson Scool of Applied Economics and Management. Acceptance rate is around 3%.
  • Ranza123Ranza123 Registered User Posts: 1,345 Senior Member
    Percentage-wise Dyson, as mentioned above (although it's only been considered its own separate college for a year). But really it depends on the student. A student with high math/science scores who entered engineering competitions and was in his school's math club who then applies to the hotel school will have a much lower chance of getting accepted than if they applied to the engineering school, even though the overall acceptance rate for engineering is lower than hotel.

    If you're curious, here's the breakdown by school: http://irp.dpb.cornell.edu/tableau_visual/admissions
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