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    Hello everyone!

    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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    heavenly rose
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    I bet most of them would select Harvard instead but for probably not many more years

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    Manos Tzanakis
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    Harvard!

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