Helmholtz wrote:I would love to hear NYC firm-by-firm breakdowns of bidlists and how high up certain firms were needed to be placed in order to secure an interview (in complete "my bids are due in a week" self-interest). And the converse: where certain firms were placed with no interview granted.
I think this is too dependent on individual schools' biases to use NU as a proxy for UChi. See e.g. Weil at Cornell v Weil at NU.
It seems like Cornell and NU would be much farther apart than UChicago and NU in terms of firm and market preference. I could be wrong, though. And now that I think about it, the number of interview slots might be really off too, so yeah, probably not entirely worth it. Just trying to get some kind of guidance; there are only so many more formulas I can plug into my excel spreadsheet trying to predict where people are going to bid....
I'm sort of at the point of not really giving a shit anymore and just pushing the trigger on what I have now. Trying to figure out where to put the most selective firms is still really bugging me though.