WUSTL, I'd like to make a deal with you. According to this post
, WUSTL has concerns about their yield this year, which you hope to address by increasing scholarships etc, but there's another easier and more practical solution, admit me.
You're probably wondering how I would make a difference, well, what if I told you I already had proven evidence that I have helped WUSTL's cycle this year. In the same post
, it stated that earlier this year, applications were way down at the start of the cycle, over the national average of 30%, but miraculously that number has dropped to only 10%. How so? Well, on January 8th, I made my first post in this thread, on page 17, and since then, posts have skyrocketed. Which I am sure if you look back, the rise in activity in this thread corresponds with the sudden and miraculous rise in applications. This thread now stands as the most active thread for the c/o 2016, recently surpassing Harvard. A number of people have applied based on the popularity of this thread alone, for example a Harvard admit
, some others are risking their jobs
to take part in this thread. Another example of my work, in my brief time as a consultant on on the Harvard thread
, I led them back atop the c/o 2016 thread. Before coming back here and leading this thread back to #1.
I promise, if admitted, to use my proven methods to increase the yield of this upcoming class. Morale is down, scholarships are delayed again, and without immediate action this will effect who attends in the fall. The best way to start to, turn this thread back to what it once was in its prime begins with you. After I am admitted I will gun harder than a valedictorian to make sure every 170 and every 3.9, understands how WUSTL is their best option. What I lack as an applicant I will more than make up for with the admitted students I will get to enroll at WUSTL. Together we can achieve a 167/3.8 median THIS YEAR. From there, the sky's the limit. T14? T10? T1?