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Eighty-Three Percent of Admits Accept Spots in Class of 2023

gibbygibby 10534 replies246 threads Senior Member
https://www.thecrimson.com/article/2019/5/10/class-of-2023-yield/
Nearly 83 percent of students admitted to Harvard College’s Class of 2023 accepted their offers, an increase from the Class of 2022 in which 81.7 percent of admitted students accepted their offers, the College announced Thursday.

https://news.harvard.edu/gazette/story/2019/05/83-percent-of-those-admitted-to-harvard-will-attend/
Because of the high yield, only a small number of students will be admitted from the waiting list over the coming weeks.
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  • collegecrazy2017collegecrazy2017 72 replies3 threads Junior Member
    In class of '22, about 60 students received acceptance off of the waitlist. If there was a higher matriculation rate, I can only expect this number to decrease to around 40. Best of luck!
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