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I would imagine all of the schools have done both before. Depends on the school's class outlook, your reasons, and how generous they're feeling. Also I guess it would depend on how good your scores are. If you're above both 75ths it would probably be a little easier to get non-binding. I wouldn't count on either though. I would also guess that binding agreements are more common.
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You can apply upfront for deferred admission at Michigan- the details are on the website. You defer for a year and then start with the next summer start class. I applied this year under deferred admission and it was non-binding (in the sense that you had till the Spring to put in your deposit, so it was like normal admissions). Still received a scholarship from Michigan when everyone else did and decided to go to another T-14 for more $$.