posting this question here bc this is a friendly crowd.
Before in this thread someone said NYU must admit somewhere near 1.2k applicants in order to fill their pool. For the sake of argument, lets say they need that amount.
Look at this for 2012-13 admits so far http://myLSN.info/fmz1np
Does this mean there are either ~800 non-tls admits thus far, or that they are still sending out ~800 (this is very unlikely, but to a degree) acceptances ?
Be careful - the 2012-2013 (testing) option is just the same data as the 2012-2013 option, but after the LSN update (as of two days ago, I think). This is what you want to look at: http://myLSN.info/ia2u5s
So, right now, in that range, it shows 329 admits last year and 230 admits this year so far. That's approximately 70% of last years total, and I'd bet that a lot of people haven't put up their results yet, so as a rough guess, probably about 1000 offers total have gone out (with 700-800 not having been posted on LSN).
ETA: my comment on the 2012-2013 (testing) is no longer relevant, because it's no longer an option... I just copied the most recent data over to 2012-2013 since it seems to be working fine