John Burn-Murdoch+ Your Authors @jburnmurdoch Stories, stats & scatterplots for @FinancialTimes | Daily updates of the coronavirus trajectory tracker | [email protected] | #dataviz May. 22, 2020 1 min read + Your Authors

Really interesting to see how this sort of thing plays out.

Will this year's HS grads who would've applied to Princeton take a year out, doubling competition for places next year?

Will other colleges try to entice the would-be Princeton intake by offering an immediate place?

The cohorts scheduled to graduate from HS or college/uni in 2020 or 2021 (and beyond?) are gonna feature in a *helluva* lot of longitudinal studies.

And it feels much bigger than the classes of '08 and '09, because that was mainly job market, whereas this is job market + higher education market + nature of higher education (Cambridge going online only etc) + ...

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