According to NCBON, there are 70 spaces available per year. However, that includes the current class as well. So if I were to guess at the percentages to determine the number of seats available for acceptance, I'd say that there is probably about 30 students in the current class since they generally lose half the class to failure. Then that would leave about 40 seats available for the fall (70-30=40). This would explain why everyone who qualified in terms of cut off points wouldn't necessarily get in when there at at least 120 applicants.
Also if you do a standard bell curve, you would probably see about 3 student scores of 14; 18 student scores between 12 and 13; almost 78 student scores between 5 and 12; 18 student scores between 4 and 5; 3 student scores less than 4. (estimates)
All accepted students would be pealed off the top tiers. So the 3 students who scored 14 plus the 18 students who scored 12 to 13 plus 19 of the 78 students who scored between 5 and 12 would be accepted based on highest scores and available seats. The odds of a student with a score of 5 or 6 getting in are slim, because there's probably a high proportion of 9 through 12 scores.
The agony of waiting sucks!!! Good luck everyone!