Small state but huge population; 12 congressional districts [down from 15 in past decades !!]NJ may be crazy competitive, but a fair number of applicants also get accepted from NJ. We seem to have 40-50 new cadets every year coming from NJ which is not to shabby for such a small state.
Moved from NJ to MI in 2000, put 2 kids in private school, including local taxes it was lower cost than property taxes alone in NJ.Please don't mention property taxes especially when you don't use the public school system in your town
I grew up in North Jersey .....there is a reason that most colleges and universities out of state report large number of students come from ....New Jersey. Best of luck.Irony: both my sons are now in NY. Older DS working and living in NYC. Remaining in-laws etc. all cant wait to flee NJ. I do miss some of the food, not much else.
just checking because last year I remember they came out pretty fast, and I also heard of other candidates getting notifications.