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Economics 1 continues as the College's most popular course. Six hundred students are enrolled this term in the perennial leader, according to Registrar Sargent Kennedy '28.
Humanities 2, with 462 students, has replaced Mathematics 1a in the second position. Mathematics 1b, ranking third with 445 enrolled, has 85 fewer students than its first semester equivalent. Social Sciences 1 and English 123, which ranked second and third respectively last spring, are no longer among the top ten courses.
Completing the list of this term's top ten are Humanities 5 with 352, English 160 with 346, Government 1a with 330, Social Sciences 4 with 311, and English 170b with 310.
General Education Ahf, which is required for all Harvard and Radcliffe freshman, is not included in the listing.
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