ED stats

<p>does anyone know how many people applied and how many were accepted?</p>

<p>Haven't been able to find that yet, but I'm interested too. Anybody?</p>

<p>i heard that somewhere b/n 45-47% were excepted. But I am not sure if this is credible.</p>

<p>omg i hope so</p>

<p>45-47% is quite normal for the wesleyan ED period. in recent years wes has accepted about 300 out of 650 ED applications. I'm just curious to see if the # of ED applications rose this year. I would expect about the same selectivity. </p>

<p>doing the math, one realizes that the wesleyan RD period has an acceptance rate of about 22-24%, fyi</p>

<p>The school to which I applied ED has a similar RD acceptance rate to Wes and had an ED rate of about 24%... ED was crazy there this year, but Haverford is a much smaller school.</p>

<p>Wesleyan's ED admit rate for the classes of 2010 and 2011 was somewhere around 43% (something like 270 ED admits out of 670 apps).</p>

<p>Hmm. Haverford's ED admit rate this year was 24%? Really? That figure is more like Haverford's overall admit rate. For the classes of 2010 and 2011, Haverford's ED admit rates were 42% and 41%, respectively. What is the source of the 24% figure?</p>

<p>Do ED I and ED II differ substantially?</p>

<p>Do you know if Wesleyan superscores SAT I ?</p>

<p>Yes, it does (as do almost all similar private colleges/universities).</p>

<p>Thanks WesDAD. I have a current DS junior who is interested in applying NEXT year. Perhaps even ED.</p>

<p>Pardon my ignorance but what does "superscore " mean?</p>

<p>Superscore means taking the highest score of each section from all the dates the student took the test, I think.</p>

<p>Yes, you are correct, that is what superscore means. There is actually a discussion of this topic on the cc website.</p>

<p>any stats of admitted students ED this year available?</p>

<p>Someone at Wesleyan told me they don't usually give out ED stats or numbers of apps until the whole RD process is over. Don't know why.</p>

<p>i was an EDI applicant, deferred to EDII (and then accepted!). after my initial deferral i was curious and called up the admissions office. an associate dean told me they accepted between 40 and 43% in the first round of early decision. he could not tell me the exact percentage and did not know the number of applicants.</p>