rayiner wrote:Real Madrid wrote:
Who knows; maybe if they were a tad bit more holistic they wouldn't be placing one fifth of their graduates in school-funded jobs.
Michigan is pretty holistic and it doesn't seem to be working that great for them.
UVA's problem isn't that it's taking splitters, it's that it isn't taking engineer splitters. Every 172/2.8 engineer that NU takes is a sticker-paying student that's going to pump up the employment stats because he's IPSECURE.
Perhaps it's not working that great, but they're doing better than UVa - at least according to your own charts.
Anyway, OP, both schools are more or less equal, and you should decide based upon your career goals. UVa is a great school, I just wish their admissions office wasn't so shameless when it comes to gaming the USNWR rankings. But I digress.