Hardest Colleges to Get Into in Every State

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46. Virginia
> Most selective college: Washington and Lee University
> Admission rate: 23.6% (No. of applicants: 5,101)
> SAT at 25th and 75th percentiles: 1320 and 1460
> Annual net price: $23,867
> Undergraduate students awarded grant aid: 57%

Source: Courtesy of University of Washington

47. Washington
> Most selective college: University of Washington-Seattle Campus
> Admission rate: 45.3% (No. of applicants: 43,517)
> SAT at 25th and 75th percentiles: 1120 and 1370
> Annual net price: $10,068
> Undergraduate students awarded grant aid: 44%

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48. West Virginia
> Most selective college: Alderson Broaddus University
> Admission rate: 41.4% (No. of applicants: 4,103)
> SAT at 25th and 75th percentiles: 870 and 1030
> Annual net price: $18,233
> Undergraduate students awarded grant aid: 94%

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49. Wisconsin
> Most selective college: University of Wisconsin-Madison
> Admission rate: 52.6% (No. of applicants: 32,839)
> SAT at 25th and 75th percentiles: 1200 and 1420
> Annual net price: $15,874
> Undergraduate students awarded grant aid: 41%

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50. Wyoming
> Most selective college: University of Wyoming
> Admission rate: 95.1% (No. of applicants: 4,883)
> SAT at 25th and 75th percentiles: 960 and 1210
> Annual net price: $13,155
> Undergraduate students awarded grant aid: 72%