postitnotes wrote:Kronk wrote:Chicago's is 26. Penn's is 28. Duke is 20. Northwestern is 27.
With the exception of Duke, the other schools have similar yields. Michigan, Virginia, and Berkeley have almost identical yields. I think Chicago's slightly lower yield is partly because it admits more cross admits with Columbia and NYU and loses out to them.
Exactly. Selectivity doesn't mean much unless students are choosing you over peer schools. Looking at Berkeley's LSAT medians and such, I'm guessing they don't have as much overlap as CCN & MVP have between one another.