You can't really be this dense. The size of the entering class does not impact a school's selectivity the way that you think it does. Think about it. Harvard UG has a much bigger entering class than many schools. Pick a podunk local liberal arts college, for example, with an entering class that is about 1/5 of Harvard's. Does this stat indicate that most Harvard students wouldn't have been admitted? If you think the answer is yes, I'm not sure what your Yale MBA did for you (not to mention college). Edit: I guess I'm piling on, but maybe you need one more person to explain it to you. Looks like you've got another rube for your poker game, Concordia! Oh boy!