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Just received an email from Sandee indicating that I have been placed on the waitlist. It was also mentioned in the email that they do not release positions on the waitlist and that I can contact them at the end of July to see if there has been any movement on the waitlist.

 

 

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From what I remember people recieved offers until classes started in September it all depends on if accepted people give up their seats to accept other schools.

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Just received an email from Sandee! I have been accepted of the waitlist

CGPA 3.3

L2 3.6

LSAT 156

 

Good luck to all of you still waiting to hear back! Don't give up hope

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Just received an email from Sandee! I have been accepted of the waitlist

CGPA 3.3

L2 3.6

LSAT 156

 

Good luck to all of you still waiting to hear back! Don't give up hope

 

Waitlisted & accepted within 1 day! haha congrats :D

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Waitlisted & accepted within 1 day! haha congrats :D

 

hahaha yea I Was very surprised! Thank you :) I'm looking forward to meeting you all

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From what I remember people recieved offers until classes started in September it all depends on if accepted people give up their seats to accept other schools.

 

This is correct. There was at least a handful of students pulled from the wait list just before classes started last fall. Not sure if this causes more stress or more hope, but good luck to you all!

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