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Just curious, has anyone received an email from Western confirming that they've received your application? Both Ottawa and Queen's have sent me such emails already but I've yet to hear from Western. Thought I'd just double check. Thanks

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I have received those two as well but still waiting on Western. 

 

Looks like we are in the same boat.

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Same here...I received emails from Queens and Ottawa but not from Western (or for that matter Osgoode).

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Same here...I received emails from Queens and Ottawa but not from Western (or for that matter Osgoode).

 

A heads up to everyone, I just received the confirmation email from Western.

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+1. 2000+ applicants this year.

 

I checked the stats, and they had 2713 applicants in 2013. Don't know whether to be happy about application odds, or sad that people have stopped applying to law schools.

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