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Odds at Goldman--very bad
"It's still harder to get into Goldman than into Princeton University. The bank offers jobs to about 5 percent of applicants -- about half of the 9.5 percent acceptance rate for the New Jersey school's class of 2011. Some 900 undergraduates at the University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School -- out of a student body of 2,400 -- applied for summer internships at the bank, Raiffa says. Just 70 of them were accepted."76 replies
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