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  1. SlickRick

    Ottawa Waitlisted 2018 JD (English)

    Originally 186/298, I’m now 82/158.
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    Adcom/Admissions Updates

    I went from 186/298 to 82/158.
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    Adcom/Admissions Updates

    LMAO the person at adcoms making me look like a liar
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    Adcom/Admissions Updates

    I'm no expert, but I'm pretty sure.
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    Adcom/Admissions Updates

    Congratulations! Start packing.
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    Adcom/Admissions Updates

    I just got off the phone with someone at Ottawa and the woman said that she has no knowledge if a revised waitlist will even be coming out. She couldn't speak to if or when that would occur. She said to accept the number you have and if you are at the top of the list an admissions officer will contact you. Suffice to say that I registered for an LSAT course this morning.
  7. Thank you for the insight, itch was definitely scratched.
  8. I suppose that's the same for me, I consistently had a couple B's every year. Suppose I should've actually read the readings haha.
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    LOC with no co-signor and poor credit score

    I'm actually on the waitlist and I don't think you should give up your spot. That being said, if you cannot secure sufficient funding, would Ottawa allow you to defer a year so you don't have to go through the application process again? Albeit, I have zero knowledge of which schools do deferrals or for what reasons. I hope you get your funding.
  10. Be honest, did that 0.01 erk you? Haha. Amazing cGPA and thank you for the response.
  11. I've been curious about this for a while, for those of you who have at least but not too much higher than a 3.70 cGPa, what do your transcripts look like? For reference, I was told by the law school adviser at my school that because my cGPA was over 80% on their scale (84% to be exact), it would likely transfer to at least a 3.7 on the 4.0. Ignorantly, I took her information as accurate and was surprised when it wasn't so. To be clear, I don't think the difference between my 3.62 and a 3.70 would've been the deciding factor in gaining admissions this cycle. Simply because my LSAT wasn't optimal (154). I received 28 A's and 12 B's in my undergrad. A B- being my lowest grade. A+: 5 A: 11 A-: 12 B+: 6 B: 5 B-: 1 I don't expect anyone to list them all out as I have; I am merely inquiring.
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    Is it fun?

    My thoughts exactly.