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My status changed to Accepted Final!

 

cGPA 3.43 (Windsor calculated to be 79.8)

L2 3.71

162

 

Good luck to those waiting!

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My status changed to Accepted Final!

 

cGPA 3.43 (Windsor calculated to be 79.8)

L2 3.71

162

 

Good luck to those waiting!

Congratulations!!  Could you please elaborate on your ECs?

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Accepted today!

 

cGPA 3.3, L2 3.3

(Windsor average calculated as 79.1)

LSAT 163

 

Strong LORs, ECs nothing out of the ordinary I don't think.

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Accepted today!

 

cGPA 3.3, L2 3.3

(Windsor average calculated as 79.1)

LSAT 163

 

Strong LORs, ECs nothing out of the ordinary I don't think.

congrats! Do you mind sharing your EC's?

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I was a summer student for a firm between my third and fourth year and then was hired in a student position when I finished my degree in the spring of 2015 until the fall of 2016. I have a double major which might have helped, and I volunteered sporadically through school but more consistently in the last two years - things to do with food security.

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congrats! Do you mind sharing your EC's?

Thanks! Volunteered on campus for a few different organizations during my undergrad, a few campus clubs, played/coached sports, did an exchange. Nothing too crazy.

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I remember constantly staring at last years version of this thread!  If you guys have any questions for a 1L or want to know about the admissions process feel free to PM me :).  Good luck to everyone waiting

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When it says "Acceptance Final" that means I'm in right? #freakingout

Mine said Accepted Final when I got in.  Looks about right :).  But if you're like me you'll call them and confirm out of pure paranoia 

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GPA (From Windsor): 78.2

LSAT: 159

 

Not the strongest stats, but I have lots of extra stuff. Volunteer, coach/manager/player on a competitive women's soccer team for 5+ years, competitive bodybuilder, and I've worked at a law firm for 2 + years. :)

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Like I mentioned in the Rejected thread, shouldn't the title of this thread be Accepted 2016?

Yah that should be changed! it will just cause confusion, especially for new members to this forum. 

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Accepted!!

cGPA: 78.3, L2: Didn't calculate, but probably around 3.5-3.6

LSAT: 159 (Third write)

 

EC's: Part of some student groups and volunteered as a peer mentor on campus. Worked throughout my undergrad over 30 hours a week.

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"Accepted Final" sometime today. Congrats to everyone! Will likely decline & hopefully open up a spot for a fellow LSer.

 

78% on myUWindsor

 

3.25 cGPA

3.6 L2

 

165 LSAT

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