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  1. Definitely a silver lining! You're still going to law school!
  2. Email from admissions today: Thank you for your email. Your file is under review. As we have an update or a final decision, this will be updated on your OASIS account. The OASIS site refreshes daily after 5:00 pm. Any updates or notifications will also be sent to the email address on file.
  3. If you look back at the Accept/Queue threads from last year, they were accepting/rejecting applicants right into July. Intense waiting for everyone.
  4. Where did you hear this from?
  5. Look into Osgoode. Their admissions have a holistic approach that may consider your experience in the legal field. You should definitely try a timed LSAT though so you know where you stand with a score.
  6. Gotta stay positive fam accepted or rejected--always keep your head up
  7. No congrats yet! Lol but it's better than a rejection. I emailed them about an estimate for the remaining applicants. I will post again when I hear more--acceptance or rejection.
  8. Yeah I was accepted to the MSU/Ottawa Dual program with a 148
  9. Received from Dal Admissions, May 9th: I can confirm that your application is complete and under review. The admissions' committee has come back together to look at the remaining applications, deciding whom they wish to interview for the last few seats and positions on the waitlist. Interviews happen in early June with all final decisions being made shortly thereafter. Please let me know if you have any questions or concerns. All the best
  10. Same. Mature student. Strong LORs and PS, but very weak LSAT. Went into queue Feb. 10 as well. Haven't gotten a rejection yet but certainly not expecting anything different. Gotta do a lot better on the LSAT for next time--for me anyways,
  11. Tough luck. Did you apply to any other schools?
  12. Yeah, I certainly took a gamble and know my weaknesses. I posted my situation solely to share my experience. Like I've said, I know it's a long shot but I tried. Obviously if I improve my lsat score considerably I'll have a much better chance. We shall see. Thanks
  13. Yeah exactly. Trust me I wanted a 160 lol but it just didn't work out for me this year.
  14. Not sure how you interpreted me "discounting work"? By not cookie cutter I mean that I didn't always know I wanted to be a lawyer. I was a court reporter then fell into anther career, made good connections and became a legal researcher and was encouraged by the lawyers I work with to get a law degree, which I also felt was the next step for me; hence, non cookie cutter. Look, I realize my stats are low. I'm not disputing that. When I started applying I didn't think "hey, I'm gonna get a low lsat and fuck it anyways." I just didn't do well and I know if I have a decent chance of getting in, I need to improve on that. My initial post was just to get my experience out there. Nothing more and nothing less.
  15. Hahaha I only laugh at your comments. You're quite amusing. But only short lived. So run along and find someone else to "help." "Child" lol oh dear boy, run along.