Hardest Colleges to Get Into in Every State

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21. Massachusetts
> Most selective college: Harvard University
> Admission rate: 5.4% (No. of applicants: 39,041)
> SAT at 25th and 75th percentiles: 1430 and 1600
> Annual net price: $16,205
> Undergraduate students awarded grant aid: 44%

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22. Michigan
> Most selective college: University of Michigan-Ann Arbor
> Admission rate: 28.6% (No. of applicants: 55,504)
> SAT at 25th and 75th percentiles: 1310 and 1500
> Annual net price: $16,107
> Undergraduate students awarded grant aid: 51%

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23. Minnesota
> Most selective college: Carleton College
> Admission rate: 22.6% (No. of applicants: 6,485)
> SAT at 25th and 75th percentiles: 1320 and 1540
> Annual net price: $28,587
> Undergraduate students awarded grant aid: 65%

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24. Mississippi
> Most selective college: Mississippi College
> Admission rate: 49.5% (No. of applicants: 2,175)
> SAT at 25th and 75th percentiles: 940 and 1243
> Annual net price: $16,804
> Undergraduate students awarded grant aid: 91%

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25. Missouri
> Most selective college: Washington University in St Louis
> Admission rate: 16.5% (No. of applicants: 29,197)
> SAT at 25th and 75th percentiles: 1400 and 1570
> Annual net price: $28,824
> Undergraduate students awarded grant aid: 48%