What numbers do you need to get ED to Northwestern?

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apollo13
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What numbers do you need to get ED to Northwestern?

Postby apollo13 » Wed Mar 27, 2013 10:17 pm

Just out of curiosity, what numbers (GPA/LSAT) do you need to get ED to Northwestern.
I know LSN.com is TITCR, but it doesn't really specify who's ed/w/e and I am kinda lazy to check all the accepted ones with earlier dates.
Did the numbers get increasingly higher, after its announcement that it will give scholarship to EDs?

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Re: What numbers do you need to get ED to Northwestern?

Postby M458 » Thu Mar 28, 2013 8:45 am

I believe you pretty much need to have WE, be above one of the medians (perhaps even at/above the 75th) and around the other median to have a shot at it. If you're at one of the medians and above the other, I think you are pretty likely to get it and above both medians you'd basically be a lock for it. You have to interview on-campus for ED at NU, so I'm sure that plays a role as well (who knows how strong a factor that is though).




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