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Governmet, Economics, Social Relations, History, and English in that order are still the top five fields of concentration in the College according to choices field this fall with the Registrar's Office. The figures show little change over last year.
The biggest change is in History, which has increased 1.3 percent.
Mathematics has entered the first ten for the first time at the expense of Chemistry, while Physics has jumped to seventh from ninth.
Of 3501 undergraduates, 14.3 selected Government as compared with 15.4 percent last year and 15.7 in 1948.
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