Rejected. Cold hard rejection.
What was your selectivity index?
There's a bizarre tendency for early decision applications to have predictions close to 0.0%, regardless of academic credentials. This has occurred with eight candidates, three of whom were accepted.
Thanks to those 3, the new models coming out in a few weeks should give better predictions that no longer penalize ED applicants.
Fewer men get into this school (768) than do women (1071). However, disproportionately fewer men apply, so their acceptance rate is 34% (vs 21% for women).
it may say that more men get in statistically, but there are plenty of lurking variables that suggest that more men apply to the school in the first place, therefore the rate of men getting in would appear to be higher
You would be a fool not to apply to this school. As a man you're almost guaranteed the letter. Tough luck ladies
@ichigoonwall - Actually, that is completely backwards. If you look at the official admissions data ( college.mychances.net/colle... ) you will see that men have a much better chance of getting in (39.8% accepted) than women do (26% accepted).
Perhaps you are thinking back to the days when it was an all-women's college?
This gives me a 53.1% chance, but I am a man. Wouldn't this give me a 0% chance?
check my college tracker