Oh, additional comments:
If the turnout for people with high numbers (ie basilseal and elib) applying ED is lower than expected, I think NU will simply admit fewer people ED (rather than giving full rides to people with lower stats). Then, they will continue to offer full rides to people applying with good numbers RD, as they do in normal cycles.
If the turnout for people with high numbers applying ED is HIGHER than expected, I think the RD cycle will be much more competitive for everyone, BUT only in the sense that splitters who would normally get in will see more WL action. If the high-numbered people who are turned down for a full scholarship decide not to enroll with NU, splitters will still see love. If they decide to matriculate even without the $150K scholly, splitters will probably get shafted.
crumpetsandtea wrote:And, soj--the next time we're both in Chicago, we are DEFINITELY going to boystown. (:!!!
we need to get in already!
Are the UChi and NU ASW's on the same weekend? If so, that would be AWESOME.