Admission has gotten tougher at California's private colleges

April 16, 2007
Analysis shows more students' applications are being rejected.

California's private colleges are printing more rejection letters and limiting admissions to students with higher test scores, making it tougher to get accepted. At California's private, four-year colleges that require the SAT test and have more than 1,000 students, almost 60 percent of fall 2006 applications were denied. That's up from 55 percent in fall 2001.

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