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I heard that they deferred everyone. One of my friends was deferred today.
The University of Michigan is one of the harder public research universities to get into.
Class of 2024 admit rate for Regular decision was 26.1% (16974/65021), Median GPA 3.90, and SAT 50% middle 1380-1550, ACT 50% 32-35.
Class of 2023 admit rate for Regular decision was 22.9% (14883/64972), Median GPA 3.90, and SAT 50% middle 1380-1540, ACT 50% 32-35.
Keep in mind that it's about 3-5% harder to get into if you are applying out-of-state as well.
Tomorrow is the Decision Date for UMichigan Early Action so you will be able to tell from the admit stats if they got a lot of applications and what the forecast for RD is going to be. My guess is that they got 20%+ more applications and the admit rates are down. This means if you apply it will be harder than previous cycles. Maybe RD admits rates will be in the sub 20% range this year at U Mich.
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