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Top 50 Hardest Universities in the US To Get Into

Name all 50 of the hardest universities to get into. Also includes Liberal Colleges.
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Last updated: September 23, 2022
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First submittedSeptember 22, 2022
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#1
Harvard
#2
Stanford
#3
Princeton
#4
Cal Tech
#5
Yale
#6
Massachusetts Tech
#7
Chicago
#8
Columbia
#9
Duke
#10
Brown
#11
Pennsylvania
#12
Northwestern
#13
Dartmouth
#14
Pomona
#15
Rice
#16
Swarthmore
#17
Bowdoin
#18
Johns Hopkins
#19
Vanderbilt
#20
Cornell
#21
Amherst
#22
Colby
#23
Navy
#24
USMA West Point
#25
Tulane
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#26
Claremont McKenna
#27
Williams
#28
Washington of St.Louis
#29
Barnard
#30
Colorado
#31
Tufts
#32
UCLA
#33
Carnegie Mellon
#34
Air Force
#35
Bates
#36
Harvey Mudd
#37
Georgetown
#38
USC
#39
Notre Dame
#40
Haverford
#41
UC Berkeley
#42
Cooper Union
#43
Pitzer
#44
Hamilton
#45
Emmory
#46
Grinnell
#47
Northeastern
#48
Wellesley
#49
Georgia Tech
#50
Carleton
3 Comments
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Level 95
Sep 23, 2022
The title of this quiz needs to mention that it includes only US Universities! There are a lot of others that are 'hard' to get into: Oxford, Cambridge, ETH Zurich, Imperial London, UCL, McGill, Toronto, several others in China, Japan, Australia... Also, please allow MIT as an answer for "Massachusetts Tech". This list also includes some Liberal Arts colleges (Swarthmore, Amherst, Williams etc.) and it would be good to mention this in the description.
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Level 59
Sep 23, 2022
Please change Massachusetts Tech to MIT, as it is commonly called. Or, spell out Massachusetts Institute of Technology
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Level 59
Sep 23, 2022
Also please accept California schools without the UC in front of them, ie Berkeley rather than UC Berkeley