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Trigon

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A university determining how many students it will admit in any given year


seems far from arbitrary.

The school probably considers lodging capacity, classroom capacity, teaching capacity, likely acceptance rate amongst those offered admission, and a host of other factors in setting the admission number.

Would there be issues created by allowing one more in? Perhaps not, unless a higher than expected rate of offers are accepted by applicants ...

(In response to this post by hoomonger)

Posted: 10/14/2020 at 8:50PM



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