From Yahoo Business Insider
High-school senior Brittany Stinson learned Thursday she was accepted into five Ivy League schools — Yale, Columbia, University of Pennsylvania, Dartmouth, and Cornell.
She also got into Stanford, which has an acceptance rate of 4.69% — a lower rate than any of the Ivy League schools.
“I’m sort of still in shock. I don’t think I’ve processed everything yet,” she excitedly told Business Insider.
The Ivy League is notoriously hard to get into, as the hundreds of thousands of other applicants to the eight elite schools are well aware.
The schools Stinson was accepted into have acceptance rates ranging from 13.96% to 4.69%.
Stinson graciously shared her Common Application admissions essay with Business Insider, which we’ve reprinted verbatim below.
Read more here.
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