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MIT Class of 2010

MIT Admits 13 Percent Overall

MIT offered admission to 1,474 of its 11,373 applicants to its class of 2010, or 13 percent. This represents a decrease compared to last year's admit rate of 14 percent. 377 applicants were admitted through the early process, and 1,097 were admitted through the regular process. Twelve percent of the deferred applicants from the early applicant pool were accepted during regular admissions.

This year's admitted class is 52 percent male and 48 percent female. Under-represented minorities represent 19 percent of the admits, comparable to previous years.

MIT expects about 68 percent of accepted students to matriculate.

Early Action Applications Increase 10%

The number of early action applicants this year increased from 2,799 to 3,098, or 10%. Only 377 students were admitted early, resulting in an early action admit rate of 12%.

2,505 applicants were deferred and 216 were denied admission.

The percentage of admitted under-represented minorities doubled from 14 percent last year to a record 27 percent this year. This year's admitted early applicants will make up approximately 30 percent of the incoming class.


Total Applications Increase 9%

Total applications rose nine percent this year, as a total of 11,373 applicants applied to MIT this year, compared to 10,439 last year.

The number of international applications, 2,506, increased by 203 applications, or 11 percent.