Ivy League schools having historically low acceptance rates

Ivy League schools sent their acceptance letters out last week but there are likely lots of disappointed applicants. 

The elite schools including Harvard, Princeton, Cornell and Dartmouth all reported historically low acceptance rates.

Harvard for example, accepted only about 2,000 of the more than 34,000 applicants. Some of the schools say they were being more selective to avoid the possibility of overcrowding.

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