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The Easiest Colleges to Get Into With the Smartest Applicants

25. Whitman College
> Acceptance rate: 54.1%
> Median SAT score: 1345/1600
> Most popular major: Social sciences
> Fall 2020 undergraduate enrollment: 1,360

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24. Sarah Lawrence College
> Acceptance rate: 54.6%
> Median SAT score: 1331/1600
> Most popular major: Liberal arts and sciences, general studies and humanities
> Fall 2020 undergraduate enrollment: 1,292

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23. Colorado School of Mines
> Acceptance rate: 55.0%
> Median SAT score: 1310/1600
> Most popular major: Engineering
> Fall 2020 undergraduate enrollment: 5,200

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22. University of Washington-Seattle Campus
> Acceptance rate: 55.9%
> Median SAT score: 1345/1600
> Most popular major: Social sciences
> Fall 2020 undergraduate enrollment: 32,244

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21. University of Connecticut
> Acceptance rate: 56.1%
> Median SAT score: 1305/1600
> Most popular major: Business, management, marketing, and related support services
> Fall 2020 undergraduate enrollment: 18,917

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