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I am thrilled to start this topic. I just checked my account and have been admitted.

 

Unsure of index score but my stats are:

 

AGPA: 4.3/4.5

LSAT: 155

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Just checked my status! 

 

I believe my index was a 79.3 or 78.3 (depending on how many drops)

 

AGPA: 3.84 (10 drops) or 3.75 (8 drops)

LSAT: 164

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I just checked and have been admitted as well, with an index score of 80.9.

 

AGPA: 3.98/4.5

LSAT: 164

 

Good luck everyone!

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Accepted as of today! First time poster. And I am so, so excited to be posting in this thread! This is my first acceptance

 

Stats:

 

LSAT: 163

cGPA: 3.45

L2: about 3.70

 

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Didn't get an email or anything but I saw this thread and decided to check. I'm in!! This is my first acceptance :) 

 

LSAT: 163 

AGPA: 3.53

L2: 3.6

 

My OLSAS cGPA is a 3.3 - just throwing that out there for with anyone who has an Ontario cGPA on the lower end. There is hope.

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Accepted! Index score of 75.833 to give everyone still waiting an idea of the cut off.

 

I haven't received an email, I just checked my application status after seeing the thread. Does anyone know if an email or letter is sent in addition to the downloadable letter? Deadline to accept or decline is March 2 but it didn't indicate the deposit.

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Accepted today as well!

 

OLSAS GPA: 3.75 (no drops, not sure how to convert it to a 4.5 scale)

LSAT: 164

 

I just got an email saying that a decision has been made on my application, so emails are going out, but they don't provide any further information 

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Accepted

 

AGPA: 3.84 (with drops, in last year of undergrad at Ontario school)

 

LSAT: 156, 163

 

Really want to accept because of how cheap the tuition is. But waiting to see if other acceptances come in.

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Accepted.

 

LSAT: 166

GPA: unsure... 3.3-3.5 depending on scale

 

Under discretionary category

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I did not apply to Manitoba this cycle but I am curious to know if you have been admitted in the Index Category. Important detail for those observing, I think!

 

Congratulations all around. :) 

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Just checked my status! 

 

I believe my index was a 79.3 or 78.3 (depending on how many drops)

 

AGPA: 3.84 (10 drops) or 3.75 (8 drops)

LSAT: 164

In case anyone was wondering, applied as an index score applicant (regular)

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