twinkletoes16 wrote:Also from what I can tell on LSN there are a ton of acceptances thus far.
Yup, but there is still a lot of room for those of us still waiting, too.
As of December 9th, 2012, there have been 44 LSN users admitted to Berkeley for the 2012-2013 cycle. However, by the end of the last cycle (2011-2012), there were 155 admitted LSN users. Accordingly, based off of past data only about 30% of the total number of people who will be admitted on LSN have received their notification thus far. I suppose it is comforting to know that roughly 70% of the acceptance announcements have yet to go out.
I was worried since it seems like there are much less LSN users this time around, so more acceptances could be more significant since that many with a smaller pool...? IDK.
Regardless, I love your data mining! Berkeley is my realistic #1 and I really want in. Is anyone else seriously thinking they will choose B over CCN? I was raised in the bay and have never been to NYC so that area seems not appealing to me. I don't know...even with employment stats I'm unsure. Guess we'll see how the cycle plays out.