See this face, this is the face of a kid accepted into all eight Ivy League schools

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Kwasi Enin, 17, a senior at William Floyd High School in Mastic, New York, did the almost impossible — he got laid on prom night. Kidding.

He got into decent schools. Eight pretty solid schools known as the Ivy League. The entire Ivy League. He applied and was accepted into every single school.

“By applying to all eight, I figured it would better the chances of getting into one,” he told the New York Daily News. Um, alright, not exactly a brilliant reason but the kid has to be smart as hell. All eight Ivy League schools! I’m yelling like I’m his mom or something.

The son of immigrant nurses from Ghana, Enin ranks No. 11 in a class of 647 seniors. He’s in the top two percentile of his class and his SAT score was 2,250 out of 2,400 points. He’s also a musician who sings in the school’s a capella group and volunteers at a hospital.

Of course, someone has to rain on the parade. Enter rain.

Enin has “a lot of things in his favor,” college admissions expert Katherine Cohen, CEO and founder of the consulting firm IvyWise, told USA Today. The fact that he’s a boy, for one thing, as schools are looking for more men to even out the playing field, since last year 57 percent of college students were girls, Cohen said.

Totally. Kid got lucky. With those grades and academic resume he really should be hanging around community college mess halls but LUCKILY the Ivy Leagues are just looking for dudes. Lucky him, born with a dick and all.

The acceptance rate for incoming freshmen at Ivy League schools ranges from 5.9 percent at Harvard to 14 percent at Cornell.  Enin said he’s currently interested in a life of medicine. I’d suggest getting into gambling with those odds.

Teen accepted into all eight Ivy League colleges [Parent Herald]