starstruck393 wrote:Anonymous User wrote:Anonymous User wrote:Added up some figures. Approximately 260 offers were extended to michigan students. That doesn't include overlap, which there was a lot of. Blood-fucking-bath.
Around 30 total offers (not accounting for overlap, which was definitely huge in this group) from V10s.
If that is true, that is fucking horrifying.
I am looking at the CLS stats, and there were 695 offers for 266 accepts, or roughly 2.6 offers per accept. 153 offers in the V10 for 77 accepts. Assume it's a little lower at Michigan, maybe 2 offers per accept.
If there were 260 total offers, that's 130 people, or just over a third of the class. If the number of offers/accept is more than two that number goes even lower.
Are you sure those status don't include overlap?
Only 260 total offers? That doesn't seem right at all. Considering there were, what, well over 500 firms at OCI, to think that only half or less made offers? Yea, that just doesn't make sense, unless I'm completely clueless as to how OCI works. That number sounds much more like total students, not total offers...
Definitely weren't 500+ at OCI unless you count each office as a firm. It was under 300, and I am pretty sure it was under 200.