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arpanp    13

Got accepted this morning.

 

 

Index score of 78 with a 3.85 GPA on the 4.5 scale in best 2 years.

 

LSAT score of 163.

 

 

Also no Manitoba connection. 

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MMLManitoba    0

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

Last years was 75.893 so vey close, and 2014 was something around 75.29 I believe. 

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Radche    137

Last years was 75.893 so vey close, and 2014 was something around 75.29 I believe.

That's very interesting. UofM has a great tuition rate, and I took my undergrad there. Going to seriously consider it as an option over the holidays.

 

Congratulations to everyone who has gotten in!

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arpanp    13

Just a quick aside. Anyone else super thankful Manitoba gives applicants they gave offers to until April to decide if they wanna go there? Thats a long time and excellent that Mantioba gives that much leeway.

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stalker    2

Accepted this morning! I calculated my index to be somewhere in the 77 range.

No Manitoba connection. Highest LSAT of 166. Forgot what the GPA was. I was a HUGE splitter with my cGPA being 3.1/4.0...the drops and conversion saved me.

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yye1    6

Got accepted

3.6 GPA, LSAT is 159

No manitoba connections. Going to wait until later in the cycle to see if I am going to accept

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sjl17    1

Accepted

LSAT is 158, no idea what my Manitoba GPA is after drops, if anyone knows how to find that please let me know. On a 4.0 scale cGPA should be a 3.7.

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allstar    30

Accepted

LSAT is 158, no idea what my Manitoba GPA is after drops, if anyone knows how to find that please let me know. On a 4.0 scale cGPA should be a 3.7.

 

Just use this scale to convert to 4.5 scale

 

 

A+          4.5

A             4

A-           4

B+           3.5

B             3

B-            3

C+           2.5

C             2

C-            2

D+          1.5

D             1

D-           1

F              0

 

And then drop 6 worst courses.

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FatPhil    4

I can't believe I'm in at a Canadian school. LSAT 170. GPA with drops in the 3.0-3.1 range (sub 3 before drops/conversion to 4.5 scale). No Manitoba connection. White male from U of T.

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LawyerBryant    72

I can't believe I'm in at a Canadian school. LSAT 170. GPA with drops in the 3.0-3.1 range (sub 3 before drops/conversion to 4.5 scale). No Manitoba connection. White male from U of T.

congratulations sir.

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FatPhil    4

Is UBC really much more difficult to get into than Manitoba? I understand they also use a formula in which the LSAT and GPA are weighted 50/50. This would make entry requirements comparable, no?

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dovetail    5

Has anyone heard anything about scholarship offers? Just wondering if they went out with initial offers, or whether they go out separately...

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celli660    239

Is UBC really much more difficult to get into than Manitoba? I understand they also use a formula in which the LSAT and GPA are weighted 50/50. This would make entry requirements comparable, no?

 

Yes, it is that much more difficult to get in to. Go read the acceptance threads at UBC.

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Jethro    276

Is UBC really much more difficult to get into than Manitoba? I understand they also use a formula in which the LSAT and GPA are weighted 50/50. This would make entry requirements comparable, no?

 

Yes, it is that much more difficult to get in to. Go read the acceptance threads at UBC.

 

Uh, yeah. It's not the formula; it's the statistics of the rest of the applicant pool that you're up against.

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gkstnlrl    13

Just thought I'd let everyone know (you'll probably get the email too) that second round of acceptances won't be until after February 1st.

 

is this from admissions?

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mfb    3

Yes, its from admissions. :)

Haven't gotten this email. Did you specifically email them?

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