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What is silly is your inability to comprehend that while Berkeley has 25k students, only a fraction of them apply to professional schools. Do you think all those 25k Berkeley undergrads would want to go back studying again, more so, apply to top professional schools?
Typically at UC Berkeley, two-thirds of graduating seniors enter the workforce, one-quarter pursue graduate studies, and the remainder enter the military, the Peace Corps or take a year off to travel or explore other options. Hiring surge to bring more recruiters to campus job fair
Admits must be computed against the # of applicants, not the size of the school, if we are to establish school prestige to the sight of these top professional schools
Then provide the data for Berkeley premeds and Duke premeds. Let's see if the number of applicants is that big, as you're saying.