- Quadruplet brothers received offers from a total of 59 universities
- They have all settled on Yale after being offered an 'extraordinary' financial aid pack
- They said Yale treated them like family
The quadruplet brothers in Ohio, US who made headlines last month after gaining acceptance into Ivy League universities, including Yale and Harvard for each of them, have now made their choice.
The brothers, Nick, Nigel, Zachary and Aaron Wade, will all attend Yale University after it offered them an 'extraordinary' financial aid package.
The 18-year-old brothers made the announcement on Monday, May 1 while insisting that money was not the main motivation for their choice.
In an interview, Nigel said of Yale: "The school treated us like family."
Aaron added: "I absolutely enjoyed the people and the social environment and appreciated the strong arts and humanities at Yale."
Their father, Darrin Wade, added that Yale made the best offer while also making his sons feel comfortable about joining the college.
He said: "It was other pieces, like the softer stuff. They wanted to make sure they felt comfortable... the alumni reached out and made themselves available to us as a family."
Besides excelling in academic work, the quadruplet brothers have also won various awards in track and field events.
Gaining admission into Yale is notoriously difficult. Of the 32,000 students who applied for Yale this year, only 2,272 were accepted.
Watch the moment they announced their decision in the video below:
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