Student or Learner
I was thinking of some alternative to some phrase in this:
"Campuses that used to admit almost every applicant are becoming more selective, and the students admitted are more academically prepared than a decade ago."
How is 'the students admitted' different from "the admitted students'?
Link From: accountability.universityofcalifornia.edu/2011/index/chapter/2
There is only a very small difference and it amounts to this: "the admitted students" sounds slightly less natural. A native speaker would be much more likely to say "the students admitted." You may find this frustrating. I used to hate it when teachers would tell me this kind of thing while I was trying to learn other languages. But regrettably, there is no better explanation.