iameli

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  1. Has anyone in the waitlist received acceptance offers yet? If not, anyone knows when we should start expecting the waitlist to move?
  2. Anyone know if they are still offering spots on the wait list or not?
  3. I emailed Rose and got the same reply as lindsn. It's surprising that she's telling some people May and others June/July.
  4. Do you know if anyone has been rejected or waitlisted yet?
  5. 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).
  6. They won't look at it for the 2017/2018 application. The last LSAT that they count is the February one.
  7. Has anyone had any experience in regards to how universities regard terms that were successfully petitioned to be cancelled? (especially if the marks achieved till that point in the term still shows on the transcripts aka 3 F's and 2 D's)
  8. I think you might just be on the border line. Province? LoR? Softs? PS?
  9. I honestly can't tell if you are serious or not... Let's say I have a gpa of 3.3 and an LSAT of 165 (90th percentile). If I use the score, I'll have an index score of (3.3/4.3)*0.6 + ((165-120)/60)*0.4 = 76.05 but if I use the percentile, I get an index score of 82. Taking DAL as an example, I will then have a great chance of getting in if they use the percentile but practically no chance if they use the score so it makes a great difference.
  10. sorry, i forgot to add a + sign. I am pretty sure UVic uses percentiles, but Calgary uses the score. I might be mistaken about Calgary but the stats that they show on the website has the scores.
  11. Oh ok, thanks for the info. I really hope that you are correct.
  12. that is the third different calculation i've seen till now 1) ((gpa/4.3)*0.6)(LSAT score -120)/60)*0.4 2) (gpa/4.3)*0.6)(LSAT percentile)*0.4 3) (gpa as a percentage)*0.6)(LSAT score -120)/60)*0.4 This should not be this confusing
  13. Did you confirm the index with DAL by any chance?
  14. Wouldn't that make it really hard to get into DEAL considering that their index to get in is usually 85+ for non-NS students?