Just an experiment for the benefit of those still waiting for decisions. Let's see where it goes.
1. Let's see 'em: Put up your numbers
2. Say the name of the school (Pick all, some or one- whatever you're interested in divulging)
3. Put why you think your decision came out the way it did.
4. We get to argue with you if we don't agree.
Hi, I'm Data. And I'm a semi-splitter. Semi because 3.2 doesn't suck, but a 4.0/165 from a top public in my opinion, would have produced much more solid results. My Waitlist at Notre Dame, Deferral at UIUC and Boalt, and Boston College rejection, I feel, are all due to certain law schools placing a higher premium on undergraduate GPA than others.
All my other acceptances were what one might except, except for Michigan. My take on why?
I went to U of M for undergrad and am currently a Michigan resident, I'm diverse baby!, I wrote a WhyMich and Diversity statement, After being deferred I wrote a continued interest letter, I owned my own company and have an MBA from a decent school, and finally... I had a hard knock life (joking but nah, really not). So... it could have been any or all of those factors combined.