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  1. Accepted at McGill 2018

    Admitted. cGPA: 3.9/4.0 ; LSAT: 165 (December 2017, only write) Waitlisted and then rejected last year without an LSAT score, so I chose to write it this cycle. Not sure if I'll be accepting the offer because I applied to other schools this time.
  2. Accepted to U of T 2018

    Also received an offer of admission earlier today. cGPA: 3.83/4.00 (OLSAS) LSAT: 165 (December 2017 - only write)
  3. Reapplication + Letters of Reference

    To provide a counterpoint to @Gerwulf's post, as noted on the Faculty of Law's FAQs page (https://www.mcgill.ca/law-admissions/undergraduates/admissions/faq) under the 'Application & Admissions Process' subheading, one of the topics is "Do I need to resubmit all the documents if I reapply?": So they will absolutely not "reject your application" for re-using the same reference letters as in a previous year, but if for some reason you would rather use new ones, you are also allowed. Keep in mind that in several recordings of past recruitment events they have mentioned that reference letters are almost always good, and thus not exactly a determining factor. So it may not be necessary to obtain new letters if you feel that your references likely represented their experience with you well. However, if you do decide to re-use the same reference letters, it might still be a good idea to contact your professors to confirm that they are alright with you doing so.
  4. Rejected from McGill 2017

    Refused today: limited space available. Hoping for a better and quicker response next cycle!
  5. Waitlisted at McGill 2017

    Both. You receive an email, and on Minerva you have to confirm/decline that you wish to be placed on the Waiting List.
  6. Waitlisted at McGill 2017

    Waitlisted this afternoon after an interview en fran├žais over the phone last week. CGPA: 3.90/4.0, No LSAT Bonne chance!
  7. Also part of the "gang of wait". The page on their site that shows the timeline for admissions (https://www.mcgill.ca/law-admissions/undergraduates/admissions) was changed very recently to say "Most decisions will be made by late May-June". Just four days ago it read "Most decisions will be made by late May" (google cache from May 26th: https://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:wpzQEHmnxXYJ:https://www.mcgill.ca/law-admissions/undergraduates/admissions).