Samara wrote:JamMasterJ wrote:Tiago Splitter wrote:JamMasterJ wrote:Not really wanting to pay sticker anywhere when the NU 120K seems fairly(?) likely
I wouldn't go that far.
they've claimed that they would be admitting the same people as they would have before the scholly, but one can only wonder as to the truth of that
Read it carefully, dude. Johann technically said that their overall admission practices/targets will be the same, in response to a question about the ED. He was very careful not to say that ED admissions will be the same. I can't imagine that it possibly will be.
At the same time, if you at LSN, for last year's cycle at Chicago, only three (probably) people who were offered at least $75k actually chose to attend. And those people were offered 75k, 75k, and 90k. http://chicago.lawschoolnumbers.com/app ... 00&type=jd
So, no one on LSN actually took the Rubenstein offer. It's possible that Northwestern will see that and be more aggressive towards mild splitters, with the thinking that if NU doesn't lock them in with the scholly, they'll go MVPB. NU has dropped a spot in the rankings each of the past two years, so this is their attempt to get out of the DCGT bracket and into the MVPB bracket.
TL;DR NU will almost certainly accept fewer people this cycle via ED, but I like your chances, Jam.
Since when is "DCGT" a bracket?