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The Easiest Colleges to Get Into With the Smartest Applicants

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10. Lawrence University
> Acceptance rate: 68.9%
> Median SAT score: 1315/1600
> Most popular major: Visual And Performing Arts
> Fall 2020 undergraduate enrollment: 1,430

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9. Brigham Young University
> Acceptance rate: 69.3%
> Median SAT score: 1315/1600
> Most popular major: Business, management, marketing, and related support services
> Fall 2020 undergraduate enrollment: 33,376

8. University of Minnesota-Twin Cities
> Acceptance rate: 69.6%
> Median SAT score: 1370/1600
> Most popular major: Business, management, marketing, and related support services
> Fall 2020 undergraduate enrollment: 36,061

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7. Rochester Institute of Technology
> Acceptance rate: 73.9%
> Median SAT score: 1315/1600
> Most popular major: Engineering
> Fall 2020 undergraduate enrollment: 13,412

6. Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology
> Acceptance rate: 76.6%
> Median SAT score: 1354/1600
> Most popular major: Engineering
> Fall 2020 undergraduate enrollment: 1,972

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