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Looking at their medians is basically pointless given its absurdly high in-state quota. Is it to the point where if you can get in to UNC out of state you are most likely going to have better school options?
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I want to know the answer as well. good question
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- Joined: Thu Oct 29, 2009 8:59 pm
I'm curious as well. My numbers are 165 and 3.74 and UNCs lsn graph is pretty scary lol
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UNC claims that OOS incoming statistics are the same as in state, it is in their FAQ. So if one is to believe them the medians should be the same.
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I would love some more input on this too if anyone else has any, UNC is one of my top choices.
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