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University of Pennsylvania Class of 2011

Penn Admits 11 Percent Regular, 15.9 Percent Overall

Penn received 22,634 applications for admission to the Class of 2011. This number represents an increase of 11 percent.  3,610 applicants, or 15.9 percent were accepted, compared to 17.7 percent last year.  Penn expects 66 percent of the admits to matriculate.

454 of the admits are international students.  401 of the admits are black.  324 of the admits are Latino.  20 of the admits are Native American.  42 percent of the admits are minorities.  The average SAT score was 2137.

Early Decision Admit Rate at 29 Percent

There was a slight decrease of 2.5 percent in the number of early applications received at Penn this year. Penn accepted 29 percent of early applicants this year, compared to 28 percent last year. The accepted students will represent about 48 percent of the total class.

9.5 percent of accepted students are international. The number of accepted Latino students dropped from 89 last year to 71 this year. The number of accepted black students dropped from 81 last year to 74 this year. 239 Asian students were accepted and four Native American students were accepted.

Accepted students had an average SAT critical reading score of 697, math score of 722, and writing score of 705. Last year, the average scores were 686, 715, and 695.