I know, I know, college is expensive, but I am a huge advocate of going to college. I might not use everything that I learned during my four years, but some of my best life experiences were when I was in college. In-state or out of state, if you have the opportunity, you or your loved ones should definitely try to experience a 4-year learning experience.

There is a college for everyone too! Hell, I had a 1.7 GPA going into my senior year of high school. Even I was lucky enough to get into college. Thank God for West Virginia University. If you can breathe, you can get accepted to go study there. That's a joke, let's go Mountaineers!

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Niche helps you find the right school. From K‑12 to college to grad school, they make it easy for you to discover and connect with the best learning experiences. They recently released a list of the hardest colleges to get into in New Jersey. This is an updated 2022 list that they made and below is the top 15.

Niche:

Explore the hardest colleges to get into ranking based on acceptance rates and SAT/ACT test scores using data from the U.S. Department of Education. Compare the most selective colleges with the lowest acceptance rates and highest SAT/ACT test scores. This year's rankings have reduced the weight of ACT/SAT scores to reflect a general de-emphasis on test scores in the college admissions process.

According to Niche, these are the top 15 hardest colleges & universities to get into in New Jersey. See below!

The Top 15 Hardest New Jersey Colleges To Get Accepted Into - 2022

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