Defeatist's idea got me going, but I decided to look at the third quartile instead of the first, simply because it makes more sense to me that if there are seats still left, they will be given to borderline applicants. I chose the third quartile instead of the fourth because the fourth goes all the way down to 120 and is much more likely to be filled with unqualified reachers, thus the selectivity of that group is more determined by how many reached than by how qualified the pool was.

Anyway, comparing last year and this year, and correcting for those not applied, we have 53 of 264 accepted with LSATs ranging from 170 to 173. That makes 20% selectivity. Last year there were 36 accepted of the 186 who applied in that quartile, for a selectivity of 19.4%.

Again, this information suggests that Harvard is done admitting.

Can anyone think of a way to show through LSN that Harvard still has a significant number of offers to make (10 or more)? If not, then Harvard really ought to ding us all and start the trickle down effect.