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  1. Waitlisted 2018 JD (English)

    103/298... also have a windsor offer turning firm on July 3
  2. Waitlisted 2018 JD (English)

    It says unnumbered for me
  3. Waitlisted 2018 JD (English)

    Waitlisted today too cgpa 3.43 lsat 156
  4. Rejected 2018

    Just got the email a couple minutes ago cgpa 3.43, l2 3.59, lsat 153 & 156
  5. Accepted 2018

    Accepted today off the wait list! (Wait listed April 30) 3.43 cgpa, 3.59 l2, 153, 156 lsat (156 is from feb though)
  6. Wait List Single JD 2018

    Wait listed this afternoon by email 3.43 cgpa, l2 3.59 lsat 153, 156(feb though) cant remember when I was referred, I think some time late February or early March
  7. I wrote the September LSAT and I don't think I'm going to get as high of a score as I want/need so I've registered for the December LSAT. I know there is a section in the OLSAS application where you can indicate that you are planning to write again, but I'm just wondering if this is sufficient enough or if I also have to contact schools directly and notify them of my plans to rewrite??
  8. Hey all, I am planning on applying to law school this coming November and have been studying for the LSAT during the summer; however, I am also working full time so it's been hard to fully immerse myself. I'm not confident that I can get the score I want for Western or Osgoode if I write only in September, so I'm wondering if there's a point to writing in September or if I should just wait and write in December. Or if I should write both? In that case, would law schools even wait for my December mark or could they reject me based on my September mark if it's bad? What do you guys think??
  9. Hi everyone! I'm about to graduate with an honours BA from Western University and I'm taking a year off to work/study for and write the LSAT in hopes of going to law school by next fall. However, after calculating my CGPA (including my first year which wasn't too good) and L2 (third and fourth year) and looking at admission statistics, I'm not confident I'm going to get into the schools I was hoping for: Western, Queen's or Osgoode. So I just wanted to get your guys' honest opinion on my chances with these schools provided that I can (hopefully) excel on my LSAT. Also, to clarify, Western and Queen's looks at last 2 years, not best 2, correct? Because my best two years were second and third year - with a GPA of 3.7. Thanks!