Which is the hardest university to be accepted into?

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    Easy. Deep Springs College. Ever heard of it? Probably not. Though I suppose it's technically not a university. It's a small two-year college near the border of California and Nevada. They only accept a handful of boys every year (the total student body is around 26), and while they have voted to start accepting female students, it's been delayed in the face of legal action until at least this fall. Only around 1000 students have graduated from the school in its entire 98 years, and of the 180–250 applicants each year, 14 are admitted for an admission rate of about 5–8%.

    There are a couple of reasons why this school is so sought after. The first is that the graduates all go to Harvard, Yale, Stanford, and the like. It's basically like an Ivy League two-year college. The second is it's free. That's right, 100% free. And the last is that in exchange for tuition, room and board, the students work on the on-campus ranch. So it basically teaches students the value of hard work both in and out of the classroom, and it's regarded very highly by schools worldwide.


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