Cornell's southern placement

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Cornell's southern placement

Postby JerrySeinfeld » Mon Mar 21, 2011 4:36 pm

Cornell places 78% of their class in the north-east and 5% of their class in the south-east. I'm more interested in south-east placement, specifically Florida and Georgia. Does anyone know if these statistics are based off of self-selection, or does Cornell have a problem with southern placement?

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