|By Mikus (Mikus) on Saturday, March 08, 2003 - 11:22 pm: Edit|
What are the chances of a deferral anyways (Regarding Ivies)?
But I mean, realistically, Many schools seem to defer everyone and their grandmother. (For those that didn't get accepted, obviously. But they seem to reject people sparingly, heh-- with exceptions like Stanford).
So I mean, how often does a deferral student get accepted? Does anyone know someone that went through like that? If so, what were their stats? Or even just the process of reviewing a Deferral?
In light of it all, I know it's difficult to predict since everyone's so vastly different. But does anyone have any insight?
|By Bizman (Bizman) on Saturday, March 08, 2003 - 11:39 pm: Edit|
It really depends on the school. A school like Wharton, where I was deferred, accepts 10-15% of those deferred. At a school like Columbia, deferrals mean a lot, because there are so few of them (Columbia doesn't play around with apps, they will reject you ED even if you have great stats) At a school like Harvard though, so many students are deferred that the percentage of deferred-acceptances is ridiculously low.
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