Here are the hardest colleges to get into in Michigan, according to review site

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DETROIT - It may not surprise you to see the University of Michigan-Ann Arbor listed as the most difficult school to get into in the state, but you might be shocked to see some of the other schools listed just below it. 

The researchers at said they used acceptance rates and SAT/ACT test score data from the U.S. Department of Education to rank the "hardest colleges to get into" in the country. According to that study, here are the top 20 hardest colleges to get into in the state of Michigan:

1. University of Michigan-Ann Arbor (Ann Arbor)
2. Andrews University (Berrien Springs)
3. College for Creative Studies (Detroit)
4. Lawrence Technological University (Southfield)
5. Rochester College (Rochester Hills)
6. Kalamazoo College (Kalamazoo)
7. Kettering University (Flint)
8. Michigan Technological Univeristy (Houghton)
9. University of Michigan-Dearborn (Dearborn)
10. Albion College (Albion)
11. Michigan State University (East Lansing)
12. Aquinas College-Michigan (Grand Rapids)
13. Calvin College (Grand Rapids)
14. Madonna University (Livonia)
15. Hope College (Holland)
16. University of Detroit Mercy (Detroit)
17. Oakland University (Rochester)
18. Spring Arbor University (Spring Arbor)
19. Adrian College (Adrian)
20. Cornerstone University (Grand Rapids)

See the full list here.

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