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Edison Prep UGA Admissions Data Repository: 
We maintain a statistical database of UGA score release statistics going back to November 2011. This page gets updated each year as more data trickles out.

2012 Stats:
November 2011: Early Action Decisions Blog: http://ugaadmissions.blogspot.com/2011/11/2012-ea-decisions-are-now-available.html
November 2011: Early Action Press Release: http://news.uga.edu/releases/article/early-action-applicants-to-uga-receive-admissions-decisions1/
Overall: http://ugaadmissions.blogspot.com/2012/04/2012-admitted-freshman-statistics.html
Overall: http://www.ajc.com/news/news/local/uga-admits-freshman-class/nQSfg/
Overall: http://onlineathens.com/uga/2012-03-28/uga-applications-set-record
Note: None of the articles mentioned the exact applicant count for EA+RD, (e.g. the AJC said "just under 19,000," so we used 18,800.

2013 Stats:
March 2013: http://ugaadmissions.blogspot.com/2013/03/a-first-look-at-2013-admitted-freshmen.html
November 2012: http://news.uga.edu/releases/article/early-action-applicants-111612/
November 2012: http://ugaadmissions.blogspot.com/2012/11/2013-ea-decisions-now-available.html
2013 profile: https://www.admissions.uga.edu/article/first-year-class-profile.html
Note: An old AJC article (now a dead link) cited the total applicants and admittees as 11,107 and 20,644 versus "almost 11000" and "21,000" via the UGA admissions blog. Since that link is dead we'll default to the UGA Admissions Blog.

2014 Stats: 
Overall Class: http://ugaadmissions.blogspot.com/2014/03/2014-accepted-class-statistics.html
Early Action admits: http://news.uga.edu/releases/article/early-action-applicants-to-uga-receive-admissions-decisions2/
February Admits: http://ugaadmissions.blogspot.com/2014/02/2013-february-first-year-admits.html
Other: http://ugaadmissions.blogspot.com/2013/11/part-way-home-in-admissions.html 

2015 Stats: 
Nov. 2014 EA Press Release: http://news.uga.edu/releases/article/early-action-applicants-uga-admissions-14/
Nov. 2015 EA Press release (cites a lot of the prior year statistics): http://news.uga.edu/releases/article/early-decision-2015/
April Overall Class of 2015 Admits Summary: http://ugaadmissions.blogspot.com/2015/03/unofficial-2015-admitted-freshman-stats.html

2016 Stats: 
November 2015 Early Action Press Release: http://news.uga.edu/releases/article/early-decision-2015/
Overall Class of 2016 Admits Summary: http://ugaadmissions.blogspot.com/2016/03/2016-freshman-admits.html
First year profile (note: this link gets refreshed each year): https://www.admissions.uga.edu/prospective-students/first-year/fy-profile

2017 Stats:
Early Action Admits: http://ugaadmissions.blogspot.com/2016/11/early-action-decisions-are-available.html
Note: For 2016, the New SAT middle 50% for Early Action admits was 1300-1430, but since the rest of the data table is on the old format, we left that out to avoid confusion.

Miscellaneous Notes: 
1) Exact number of EA admits for 2013-2015 aren't available since the press releases each year were virtually identical, changing only this wording: 
A) Nov. 2013 Early Admits -- "Some 7,500" 
B) Nov. 2014 Early Admits -- "Almost 7500" 
C) Nov. 2015 Early Admits -- "More than 7500" 
D) Nov. 2016 Early Admits -- 8,059
2) In the data table, when a range is shown, it implies "mid-50 percent" or 25th-75th percentile, meaning that 25% are below that bottom number and 25% above the top number.
3) Early Action denials usually hover between 4% and 7%. They're usually omitted in the press releases, but can be imputed from the other released statistics.
4) Sometimes press releases, blog posts, and AJC articles have slightly different numbers, in which case we usually defaulted to the Admissions Blog. Some of the links with data on the older admissions cycles are now dead links but the active ones are all linked on this page.

Other Data:
1) Georgia ACT Stats: http://www.act.org/newsroom/data/2013/pdf/profile/Georgia.pdf
2) David Graves' Amazing Rigor vs. Activities quote: http://ugaadmissions.blogspot.com/2014/04/grades-vs-rigor-or-what-should-my-child.html. Note: This exact sentiment was reiterated in Mr. Graves 3-part AJC GetSchooled video interview in Nov. 2016: Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3
3) 95% of admitted students had an AP class: https://www.admissions.uga.edu/article/a-closer-look.html
4) Max of 80-90 students per HS (in the comments, re: Lambert):  http://ugaadmissions.blogspot.com/2014/03/2014-accepted-class-statistics.html#uds-search-results
5) Top 10 UGA admission urban legends: https://www.admissions.uga.edu/article/top-ten-uga-admissions-urban-legends.html