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Wed, Jun 4, 2008 -- (View the original USA Today article.)

Subjects: graduation, seniors, high school seniors, wait list, admissions, high school graduates, financial aid, applications, wait-list limbo Departments: no departments no departments no departmentsSummary: A number of admissions deans at elite private schools, including Harvard and Penn, have accepted more students than usual from their wait lists this year. Harvard, for example, will take about 220 students from its wait list, compared with 50 last year. Last month, many admissions experts predicted that the large number of students being accepted from the wait lists of highly selective schools would create a ripple effect at second and third choices. (Non-UNT story)

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