Quote from: Hates Sermons on June 04, 2005, 06:44:43 PMCandide!, do you know the yields for these programs?yes, Davis has a 24% yield for 2004 (193 out of 800 accepted)Loyola has a 34% yield for 2004 (325 out of 950 accepted)any other questions I can answer for ya?
Candide!, do you know the yields for these programs?
I got the lsat/gpa info from the davis website. as you all know, the numbers LSAC and US News have are a couple years old (the latter is newer, but still old enough to not apply anymore).
Oops. I should have read more carefully. You are right. The yield suggests Davis is having a harder time getting their admitted students to attend. However, my point stands that the money thrown around by Loyola could be shifting the numbers further in their favor. Also, since Davis has fewer slots to fill, they can take more chances on students with higher numbers as evidenced by their .25 higher 25% GPA number.It is hard to compare the numbers also, since LA is such a desirable place to live for so many people. Actually, I think Davis is a fantastic town to attend school with all of the cool bike paths and cheaper cost of living. Of course, I am not an urban jungle type of person, so Loyola doesn't appeal to me.