Details about Dell


The overall popularity rank of Dell is 2744 out of 26000+ names.

39.1% of Dell is female. Also, 75.0% is Caucasian, 17.6% is African American, 1.8% is Asian, and 4.3% is Hispanic.


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Education Statistics about "Dell"

Major

  1. Dell is 32.264% less likely to major in Law
  2. Dell is 43.897% less likely to major in Biology
  3. Dell is 53.827% less likely to major in Business
  4. Dell is 54.980% less likely to major in Arts & Social Science
  5. Dell is 62.915% less likely to major in Engineering
  6. Dell is 63.306% less likely to major in Science
  7. Dell is 67.153% less likely to major in Computer Science

Degree:

  1. Dell is 31.674% less likely have a Associate degree.
  2. Dell is 57.675% less likely have a Master degree.
  3. Dell is 58.242% less likely have a Doctor degree.
  4. Dell is 59.397% less likely have a Bachelor degree.

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