Hardest Colleges to Get Into in Every State

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36. Oklahoma
> Most selective college: University of Tulsa
> Admission rate: 37.0% (No. of applicants: 8,089)
> SAT at 25th and 75th percentiles: 1100 and 1390
> Annual net price: $27,264
> Undergraduate students awarded grant aid: 83%

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37. Oregon
> Most selective college: Reed College
> Admission rate: 31.3% (No. of applicants: 5,705)
> SAT at 25th and 75th percentiles: 1280 and 1480
> Annual net price: $27,805
> Undergraduate students awarded grant aid: 48%

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38. Pennsylvania
> Most selective college: University of Pennsylvania
> Admission rate: 9.4% (No. of applicants: 38,918)
> SAT at 25th and 75th percentiles: 1380 and 1570
> Annual net price: $22,944
> Undergraduate students awarded grant aid: 54%

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39. Rhode Island
> Most selective college: Brown University
> Admission rate: 9.3% (No. of applicants: 32,390)
> SAT at 25th and 75th percentiles: 1370 and 1570
> Annual net price: $25,264
> Undergraduate students awarded grant aid: 48%

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40. South Carolina
> Most selective college: Clemson University
> Admission rate: 50.5% (No. of applicants: 23,506)
> SAT at 25th and 75th percentiles: 1150 and 1340
> Annual net price: $17,797
> Undergraduate students awarded grant aid: 72%