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Congrats! Now hopefully not too much longer before I hear back also.

 

Edit: Are you from New Brunswick?

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Congrats! Now hopefully not too much longer before I hear back also.

 

Edit: Are you from New Brunswick?

Not a resident but ties to New Brunswick. 

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Congrats. 

 

154 LSAT, 3.85 GPA (w/drops), 3.5 cGPA

 

Dedicated my undergrad to volunteering on a global level, Dean's list, Law TA

 

..Newfie

 

Thoughts?

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Hey milo12345! may i know when you applied? and of course! Many Congrats to you :)

I am pretty sure it was around the 10th 

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Congrats. 

 

154 LSAT, 3.85 GPA (w/drops), 3.5 cGPA

 

Dedicated my undergrad to volunteering on a global level, Dean's list, Law TA

 

..Newfie

 

Thoughts?

should be a done deal IMO (LSAT could be a tad higher but likely in)

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Others who are accepted, when did you apply?

I know they accept in order of applications, so I'm wondering if I should apply soon. I was never planning on UNB because I always wanted something in Ontario. But I've applied to 4 Ontario schools, and am thinking about UNB since it seems to be a bit easier

LSAT 155 (really messed up that day)
GPA round 78%/lower 80s depending

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Others who are accepted, when did you apply?

I know they accept in order of applications, so I'm wondering if I should apply soon. I was never planning on UNB because I always wanted something in Ontario. But I've applied to 4 Ontario schools, and am thinking about UNB since it seems to be a bit easier

LSAT 155 (really messed up that day)

GPA round 78%/lower 80s depending

I sent in my application around the 10th of October!

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I sent in my application around the 10th of October!

I sent mine in around the middle of September. Hopefully I hear back soon... All this waiting is driving me crazy!

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I applied last week, just wondering how you guys were notified when accepted. When I login it says my application was successfully admitted, just wondering if they email or how you check.

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Not sure if this helps, but for last year's application cycle, Wanda sends an acceptance e-mail (and the status will also change to 'accepted into program' on the online application system). 

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For those of you who have been accepted, did you send in three reference letters along with your application?

Just wondering, because it has been hell getting my reference letters in.

 

The first one got lost by UNB's internal mail system, although it did make it through on the second try. I have no idea what's happened to the other two, as they were sent weeks ago, and then resent by email a week and a half ago.

My application has been marked as "not reviewed" in the grad apply system and I think that's why being as everything else has been marked as complete.

My reference letters went through to all my other schools seamlessly, so it would be nice to know what's going on, although I know people on lawstudents.ca can't help me with that.

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For those of you who have been accepted, did you send in three reference letters along with your application?

 

Just wondering, because it has been hell getting my reference letters in.

 

The first one got lost by UNB's internal mail system, although it did make it through on the second try. I have no idea what's happened to the other two, as they were sent weeks ago, and then resent by email a week and a half ago.

My application has been marked as "not reviewed" in the grad apply system and I think that's why being as everything else has been marked as complete.

 

My reference letters went through to all my other schools seamlessly, so it would be nice to know what's going on, although I know people on lawstudents.ca can't help me with that.

 

UNB doesn't require references so I doubt they would hold up reviewing your application, unless you told them there were reference letters to be included with your application and they are waiting for them.

 

Also, your status will stay as not reviewed until you get either accepted or rejected. There is no middle ground. When I got in a couple of years ago I went to bed not reviewed and woke up to "Accepted into program" and an e-mail from Wanda. 

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GPA just above 3.5 without drops 
LSAT 153, re-writing in Dec

NS resident but completed undergrad in Ontario

Senate Page and UN intern 

Can anyone speculate as to what my chances for admission may be? 
 

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GPA just above 3.5 without drops

LSAT 153, re-writing in Dec

 

NS resident but completed undergrad in Ontario

Senate Page and UN intern

 

Can anyone speculate as to what my chances for admission may be?

 

not so great. Get that lsat up to 160 and you should get an acceptance.

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