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Well, Robson hall is on the ball.

 

Stats:

GPA 3.36 (no idea with drops and using U of C/MRU calculations)

LSAT 163

 

EC would be alright I guess

 

Good luck everyone!

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Got mine also.

 

3.3 OLSAS cGPA (3.47 UofM, 3.67 after drops)

163 LSAT

76.6 index.

Response date is April 1.

 

Best of luck everyone!

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In! 

 

3.94 on 4.5 scale (converted from Alberta's 4.0 scale), with 18 credits removed.

159/162 LSAT

 

Index 77.97 (I think)

 

Probably will not be accepting, pending scholarship opportunities.

 

Good luck all!

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Congrats everyone! I called this morning and was told admissions would start going out soon. 
Didn't realise that soon meant today lol.

Anyone have a clue what the early index score is?

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Accepted!!!!!!!!

 

cGPA: 3.77

LSAT: 158

 

No Manitoba connection.

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Accepted!!!!!!!!

 

cGPA: 3.77

LSAT: 158

 

No Manitoba connection.

 

allstar, was this GPA calculation using the manitoba calculation with drops?

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allstar, was this GPA calculation using the manitoba calculation with drops?

 

It was on OLSAS.

 

I just did the Manitoba GPA calculation with drops, and I got 4.15 out of 4.5.

 

The index is 77.7.

 

Hope that helps!

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Called admissions- cut off was 75.687. Congratulations to all that got accepted

I feel like that's lower than last year. Without me going to check, does anyone remember?

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