In 2010, MIT, Stanford, Dartmouth, and Harvard had their lowest admission rates ever.
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APR 20, 2012 - New York City parents seem to have swallowed any sticker shock over private school prices.
Despite tuition breaching the $40,000 barrier this year, a record 4,418 students took the private school admissions test in 2011-12, according to data released on Thursday.
"I think it could tie into the public schools not having enough places and people saying, 'Let's just try,'" said Suzanne Rheault, CEO of Aristotle Circle, an educational advisory and tutoring company.
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