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Cubyfan21 wrote:I recently sent my apps in to Cornell, U of Mich (Mich resident), and Chicago, and I am wondering if anyone thinks I will be able to get in with a 4.0 and 160/168. Also, any ideas on money at BU or ND?
Cornell : IN
UMICH : IN
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Good candidate for GW early decision scholly. ND normally give 20k/year for your numbers...if you ED I agree with 100% for UMich as an in stater....but what do you want? Where do you want to practice? GW to ND to BU is a big difference in regions....where you apply should have a little more to do with where you want to be....Mich or UVA ED gives you beest odds and most options
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Cubyfan21 wrote:Thanks for the advice. I am really hoping to get into Cornell, but I am a little worried I was late in applying seeing that I sent most of my applications in after the 1st of November.
That would not be traditionally considered late and should in no way affect your cycle. Cornell is also notoriously slow with their application process due to the large increase in the amount of applications they received compared to recent years (I think I read they had 50% more apps last year than the year before?). So don't be surprised if takes awhile to hear from them (assuming your didn't meet the EA deadline).