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  1. Post history doesn't say that. OP just posted in those threads and he posts weren't about being accepted. OP, I think it would be best if you redo the LSAT and try again with Canadian schools next year if you don't get in this year.
  2. Accepted 2018

    Got accepted this morning as well! AGPA: 3.2 LSAT: 170 Hopefully this gives some hope to the splitters out there
  3. Accepted 2018

    Anyone knows when we can expect the next wave to happen?
  4. Accepted 2018

    congrats!! when did you get the offer?
  5. Hey, does anyone know how Dalhousie decides whether an applicant is a maritimer or not? I went to school in Ontario and that is where my permanent address is but I have been living in Nova Scotia for the past 9-10 months, would I be considered a Nova Scotian resident?
  6. Waitlist Consideration/Waitlist 2017

    Congrats! Do you mind if I ask if you applied as a SK resident or not?
  7. Waitlist Consideration/Waitlist 2017

    Do you know how long she has been away for?
  8. Waitlist Consideration/Waitlist 2017

    It's really disheartening how no one has been accepted of the waitlist yet..
  9. Waitlist Consideration/Waitlist 2017

    Has anyone in the waitlist received acceptance offers yet? If not, anyone knows when we should start expecting the waitlist to move?
  10. Waitlist Consideration/Waitlist 2017

    Anyone know if they are still offering spots on the wait list or not?
  11. Accepted at Dal 2017

    I emailed Rose and got the same reply as lindsn. It's surprising that she's telling some people May and others June/July.
  12. Accepted at Dal 2017

    Do you know if anyone has been rejected or waitlisted yet?
  13. My bad, I thought you were asking about the June 2017 LSAT. For the September 2017 admissions, June 2016 LSAT can be used but not June 2017. As realpseudonym mentioned, you can use the LSATs for the past few years (generally 5 but for Dal it seems to be longer).
  14. They won't look at it for the 2017/2018 application. The last LSAT that they count is the February one.