U.K. schools have a reputation for being the most selective, but are there really any that can compete with U.N. schools?
A new ranking by a U.
Va. education group looks at the top 10 institutions in the country, ranked by the proportion of incoming freshmen who apply to each.
Here are the top five schools for incoming freshman applicants:The University of Maryland is the only U.C.L.A. school that made the list.
It ranks No. 1 in the national average for applicants and has a large population of U.s. residents.
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is No. 2.
The University at Buffalo is No 2, while the University of Pennsylvania ranks No 3.
The university’s admissions officers admit only 1 percent of incoming students.
The average admitted student is 19 years old.
The school also has a reputation as an easy-to-understand school with a strong focus on teaching and research.
New York City College of Technology is No 3 in the rankings, with the average admission rate of 1.4 percent.
The number of students accepted is also among the highest in the state.
The New York City area has a strong reputation for quality education, with one-third of the city’s students enrolled in the top 100 U. of A. colleges.
The Carnegie Mellon University is No 4 in the ranking, with an average admissions rate of 4.3 percent.
It is home to the renowned Carnegie Mellon U. research university, which also has some of the highest admission rates in the nation.
The Boston University College of Law ranks No 5 in the admissions rankings, at No. 5 overall.
Boston has the second-highest percentage of students enrolled among U. colleges in the United States, with more than 90 percent of applicants accepted.
The Yale University School of Medicine ranks No 6, with a total of 7,856 students admitted.
Its enrollment is a fraction of that of the nation’s other top-ranked colleges, with just about 7 percent of students admitted and just under 6,000 enrolled.