Ivy League Remember those genius quadruplets? They finally chose Yale

How can four kids, four brothers, be so goddamn smart? Must be the genes. Must be.

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The Internet couldn't stop talking about a set of quadruplets in March who got accepted into the Ivy League?

The pack of 18-year-olds chose Yale.

We wrote about them here and you should read up.

Aaron, Nick, Nigel and Zachary Wade, from Liberty Township, Ohio, got accepted into 59 of the best colleges in the U.S but have decided to go to Yale university.


They announced their decision during a short Skype interview with NBC on Monday.

Their father, Darrin Wade, said: "Yale won. They made the best offer, and it was the benchmark for my sons."

The Connecticut college helped sway the boys by offering them an 'extraordinary' financial aid package. More than 32,000 people applied for Yale this year, of which 2,272 were accepted.

So look at these kids getting into the best Universities in the world and Nigerian universities won't even accept me. Pot of bean life.

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