Towanda say it isn't so ...I was hoping the OP was right. I figured if they're accepting 2.9s I'd be an auto-admit at Yale, what with my URM status and all.
Well, since we only have GPA to work with in this scenario, it made sorting stats pretty easy. I bothered to do it because I didn't believe that ANYONE, urm or no, got into NYU or Yale (the two rejections listed by the OP) with a 2.9. And guess what? I'm right!
I would understand if it was one person and one school, perhaps they did have a great application. But it is many people at many schools.
Quote from: unicorngt1983 on March 10, 2005, 08:48:40 PMI would understand if it was one person and one school, perhaps they did have a great application. But it is many people at many schools.Hmmm...when you say "many," are we talking 100, or 5? The last time I checked neither NYU or Yale were in danger of being overrun with 2.x GPAs and 150 LSATs...but I could be wrong. I did some research myself...NYU and Yale filled their "whiny complainer" slots early on this year, which is why the OP wasn't admitted. More bad news...Fordham has "Louder than Bombs" in their 1L class this year, so they are covered through 2007 since his unique brand of intolerance spills over to the other two classes.