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Old Apr 2nd, 2012, 03:20 PM   #123
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Re: 16 year old freshmen club

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Originally Posted by gouci View Post
3/31/12

- Julyette Steur of Colorado joins the club. She turned 16 July 2011 prior to her freshman year.

- Steur is just the third 16 year old freshman I've uncovered.

- Amazingly the number of 21 year old or older freshmen and 17 year old or younger freshmen are equally balanced, both counts at 60 each.
There are some countries like Russia and Ukraine as well as certain South American countries where it is normal to graduate from high school at 16 to 17 and now with the prevalence of home schooling all around the world, I think we're going to see a lot more of this.

As far as the 21 y/o freshmen, I think that's going to become a lot more unusual now with the 6 month rule. Even 20 y/o freshmen should become very unusual.
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