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How many people are rejected from the frat that they rush for?

thegeezer44thegeezer44 Registered User Posts: 299 Junior Member
edited February 2010 in Dartmouth College
The title speaks for itself. I know it varies house from house but I was just wondering on average.
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Replies to: How many people are rejected from the frat that they rush for?

  • Green99Green99 Registered User Posts: 296 Junior Member
    I don't think there is an average... mostly if a guy gets rejected from a frat, its because either he showed up to rush without really knowing a lot of brothers or because he did enough things that bothered enough brothers that they decided not to give him a bid. sometimes its a numbers game as well. But I really don't think there is an average. Guys also can rush multiple houses, although they can only "shakeout" (think like college early decision--this is my first choice and if I am offered a bid I will accept it) at one house.
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