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  1. Late Non-Acadamic Reference

    FWIW, I was just referred to the admissions committee last Friday after submitting everything on time, so the late letter did not disadvantage you any more than the random sorting of files.
  2. Still Pending Review?

    I was finally referred today.
  3. Residence at U of M

    I am planning on living with the Graduate Studies Community of the Arthur V. Mauro residence. Most people I spoke with advised against staying in residence but I’m coming from out-of-province and it’s just much easier. The floor is only for graduate students, and because there is an en-suite kitchen, you don’t have to buy a meal plan. You need a roommate but you each have separate bedrooms.
  4. Application Status

    Mine seems random as well, it shows March 1 but was complete as of Jan 8th
  5. Referred to Admissions Committee

    A bunch of us are still pending, don't worry.
  6. There were maybe 20 or 25 in each room and the desks were spaced like a regular high school classroom. Don't worry about that stuff though, if you've put in the work, you will do well no matter where you write. Good luck!
  7. I only wrote at Queen's Collegiate but I have no complaints about it either.
  8. Windsor Accepts February LSAT?

    Yes, February is accepted for the Dual. http://www.uwindsor.ca/law/570/lsat-and-gpa-questions
  9. I can't speak to the schools you mentioned but I got into Manitoba this cycle with a 3.0 (before their drops) and a 167.
  10. It's also worth looking into whether your school requires you to have a government loan to qualify for certain grants.
  11. Shitty GPA (2.24) but Awesome LSAT (160)

    It wasn't clear whether 2.24 is OP's current CGPA or their 3rd year GPA. If 2.24 is their CGPA, then their 3rd year would be a low 3.xx.
  12. Shitty GPA (2.24) but Awesome LSAT (160)

    160 is a good score and will get you into most schools, if paired with a competitive GPA. It will not compensate for a 2.24. You should absolutely apply access/discretionary if you have grounds. If you have a good reason to believe that you can drastically improve your grades, staying for a fifth year is good advice.
  13. Still Pending Review?

    No, and windsor doesn’t accept it so that shouldn’t affect the status
  14. Still Pending Review?

    I am too
  15. UNB sending out rejections??

    The deadline was only March 1st so I imagine there won't be rejections for a while.
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