OFFICIAL "CC" Early Response Admissions Statistics

<p>This data was compiled from the "Official Decisions" thread. I have recorded all numbers that have been posted and the results are shown below. Keep in mind this is for the admitted students only, I did not count in those who received deferral letters. I have broken down the statistics based on schools and also 'overall' for all admitted students. There are three categories; international, in-state and out of state. I would have preferred to also calculate gender but that would have taken alot more time. Please keep in mind that this reflects "CC" members responses to the mentioned thread ONLY. However, I am confident that all the data I have synthesized is correct and will help out others without having to scroll through the long thread. If you would like the excel data sheet please let me know and I can provide it for you. This thread is for discussions related to the statistics only. If you have other non-related questions please post them as a new thread.</p>

<p>For those of you who have been admitted be proud of what you have accomplished. These are very nice statistics and say alot about the education at the University of Michigan. If you have been deferred remain optimistic. Remember that this data is early response applicants only and represents a historically competitive pool here at "CC". Michigan is school that reviews an applicant holistically and this data does not account for many other aspects like essays, ethnicity, course rigor and other unique special situations. </p>

<p>Overall<a href="Total%20Admits:%20169">/size</a>
UW GPA: 3.85
W GPA: 4.27
SAT: 2155<br>
ACT: 31</p>

IN-State (Total Admits: 2)
W GPA: 4.15
ACT: 31
SAT: N/A</p>

<p>Engineering School
IN-State (Total Admits: 9)
UW GPA: 3.87
W GPA: 4.13
SAT: 2170
ACT: 31.7</p>

<p>Out of State (Total Admits: 33)
UW GPA: 3.92
W GPA: 4.05
SAT: 2261
ACT: 32.56</p>

<p>International (Total Admits: 2)
UW GPA: 3.78
SAT: 2100
ACT: N/A</p>

IN-State (Total Admits: 46)
UW GPA: 3.89
W GPA: 4.14
SAT: 1990
ACT: 30.7</p>

<p>Out of State(Total Admits: 66)
UW GPA: 3.76
W GPA: 4.42
SAT: 2155<br>
ACT: 30.21</p>

<p>International(Total Admits: 9)
UW GPA: 3.93
SAT: 2180
ACT: 31</p>

Out of State(Total Admits: 2)
UW GPA: 3.89
W GPA: 4.4
SAT: 2125<br>
ACT: 32</p>

thanks for doing this man</p>

<p>wow great post man!</p>

<p>Thanks for this! Great compilation. Although I do find it curious that the LSA admits had lower GPAs...</p>

<p>^Only for out of state (which is still weird)</p>

^Only for out of state (which is still weird)


Haha, that's what I meant to say. It's curious that the in-state GPAs are higher than the OoS ones.</p>

<p>Yeah I was thinking the same thing. I re-checked my numbers and there is no mistake in the data. Although on the thread page I saw a fair amount of 3.1's and 3.3's which can really bring down the average. I think a median range would have presented a clearer picture but that would've taken a boatload of time! I was most surprised at all the OOS applicants, especially since U of M historically only take about 33% of them.</p>

<p>thank you so much for doing this. its very informative!!</p>

<p>Adam E: Do you think UM is taking more OOS kids this year due to the economic crisis esp. within Michigan. OOS sure is expensive! Cal Berkley and other UC schools have publicly said that they'd be taking more OOS's this year I believe.</p>

<p>Are these stats supposed to be this high???
I am an international student, and I applied to LSA.
I have 3.9W GPA, 2150 SAT, 790 790 750 SAT2s, and people told me it's weird that I got deferred.</p>

<p>Is this year competitive or this is normal?</p>

<p>Wow. Great job man. I'm all happy now cause I'm above the average that you have for OOS LSA. Yay!</p>

<p>Nice post. I think the Weighted GPA's should be taken with a grain of salt though because each school has a different weighting system, for example I have a 6.3 weighted GPA with a max of 7 while other schools have 5 point systems.</p>

<p>For anyone that didn't have a weighted GPA on a 4 point scale I erased the data. The numbers you see are in fact accurate to what was presented to me. So anyone on a 5 point scale or something else was ignored.</p>


<p>I'm sure the economy has alot to do with it. There is certainly a great incentive for the school to take more OOS students especially since they bring in close to $50,000 a year. Not to mention the school only gets 6% of their funding from the state. So I do believe that the number of OOS students is going to go up this year.</p>

<p>Bump for new viewers.</p>

<p>Good post, very useful. Curious at the same time lol</p>

<p>^Curious...about what?</p>

<p>Thanks, if you have time, could I make a request? How about lowest GPA admitted, lowest SAT admitted, and highest GPA admitted, highest SAT admitted?</p>

<p>you have to remember that CC commenters and members tend to have higher above the average statistics...remember they are using this site meaning that they are more involved and more interested in the college process, than those on the lower end. therefore the statistics tend to be skewed and are not representative of the entire admitted applicant pool.</p>

<p>^i was about to say that. thnks for ur time nevertheless</p>