Business Insider has declared the Birla Institute of Technology and Science (BITS) in Pilani, India as the world’s most selective university with an acceptance rate of less than 1.5%.
Over 180,000 applicants apply for admission to the flagship campus each year and only 2,600 will receive offers. In order for applicants to receive BITS’ world-class education and join the ranks of its impressive alumni roster, they must ace the BITSAT — the school’s standardized test. Extracurriculars, interview performance and essays won’t help you at BITS.
Best of luck with your applications!
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I bet most of them would select Harvard instead but for probably not many more years
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