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  1. Waitlist 2018?

    Had a good cry this morning when I got the email that I've been accepted off of the waitlist! CGPA 3.63; LSAT 160 Great ECs and PS, and excellent LORs Submitted my LOCI on 18 June, exactly a month after hearing I was on the waitlist. Didn't send an updated resume. Best of luck to those of you still waiting to hear, and soooo excited to meet all of you in September!
  2. Accepted at McGill 2018

    Had a good cry this morning when I got the email that I've been accepted off of the waitlist! CGPA 3.63; LSAT 160 Great ECs and PS, and excellent LORs Submitted my LOCI on 18 June, exactly a month after hearing I was on the waitlist. Didn't send an updated resume. Best of luck to those of you still waiting to hear, and soooo excited to meet all of you in September!
  3. Officially waitlisted as well, as of Friday the 13th (that doesn't sound too good...) Self-calculated index of 91.05-91.1, ~84-85% with drops, 160 LSAT.
  4. Hey guys, long time lurker and first time poster over here. Question for you all: I applied to UBC just before their deadline (so wasn't expecting to hear back super soon in the first place) and have a self-calculated index of about 91.05-91.1 (84.5-85% GPA, 160 LSAT). From what I've read on this thread, that likely means that I'll be waitlisted (???), so I'm thinking about giving them a call to confirm whether or not that's the case - my file still reads "File Complete - Awaiting Evaluation". What I'm wondering though is at what stage they really start to factor in ECs and personal statements? I think I'm quite strong in these regards, so I'm wondering if indexes get any less important after making it onto the waitlist? Any insight is much appreciated!
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