According to a school official, at least 80% of the students in c/o 2013 who participated in AJF or OCI received at least one offer. Even assuming 180 people participated in the job fairs (and it's not that high), that means less than 36 people struck out. (Furthermore, several people I know who struck out got offers later.)
If the statement that "plenty of people above median strike out" is true, that means those unlucky people who didn't get offers are, at least to some extent, actually distributed across the curve. I personally know people with GPAs in the same range as OP who received an offer. I'd say this lends support to my statement that if OP and OP's GPA twin bid wisely and have interviewing skills, they are likely to get at least one offer, since GPA is not the only determinant factor in who gets an offer. ajax's statement that they are "pretty fucked" is unreasonably alarmist and supremely unhelpful.
OP and other 1Ls, feel free to PM me if you have questions. There will also be more interviewing advice forthcoming later in the summer from a variety of schoolk resources.
Edited for spelling.
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on Thu Jun 28, 2012 5:22 pm, edited 1 time in total.