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Does anyone know if UBC sends out a snail mail offer package or if everything is electronic?

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9 minutes ago, Dgrohl said:

Does anyone know if UBC sends out a snail mail offer package or if everything is electronic?

 

I believe its all electronic, there was nothing in the online admission package that said anything about a hard copy. 

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So excited, just got the email I’m in!!

87.3 gpa / 163 lsat 

Index of 92.3 

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Got mine about an hour ago. Index was 91.7 (confirmed my average ~82%, LSAT 167). 

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5 hours ago, paigro said:

So excited, just got the email I’m in!!

87.3 gpa / 163 lsat 

Index of 92.3 

So exciting! When did you apply? 

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4 minutes ago, PrincessMax said:

So exciting! When did you apply? 

It was around the beginning of October I believe! I was on hold since Oct 12 waiting for my December LSAT.

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5 hours ago, pascal said:

Got mine about an hour ago. Index was 91.7 (confirmed my average ~82%, LSAT 167). 

Congrats! Wondering when you applied as I probably have a similar index score.

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9 hours ago, PrincessMax said:

Congrats! Wondering when you applied as I probably have a similar index score.

I applied around mid-October. The LSAT score is from September. Good luck : )

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I know that to confirm your spot you need to send the deposit/form, but if I haven't made a decision yet if I am accepting, am I supposed to reply or do anything to indicate this?

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Just had my status change to “Offer.” I applied on November 30th, and the December LSAT was the first one I wrote, so I was missing a score until January 2nd.

My cGPA was 86% after drops based on UBC’s grades calculator (I went to UBC for undergrad), and my LSAT score was 163 for an index of 92.0. 

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Offer came in yesterday!

LSAT: 167

GPA: 86% after drops. I miscalculated and thought it was 80%.

Awaiting UVic's decision. Good luck all!

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On 1/16/2018 at 11:39 AM, PrincessMax said:

Just got accepted!!

Index score (self-calculated based on UBC-confirmed GPA): 92.60

Congrats! Sorry, I realize that this may be a dumb question... but how did you get your UBC confirmed GPA? Did you have to call to confirm? Or was it listed on your Applicant Online Status? I didn't get my application in until the day it was due.. so my application is still awaiting evaluation.

Thanks!

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3 hours ago, curiousgirl said:

Congrats! Sorry, I realize that this may be a dumb question... but how did you get your UBC confirmed GPA? Did you have to call to confirm? Or was it listed on your Applicant Online Status? I didn't get my application in until the day it was due.. so my application is still awaiting evaluation.

Thanks!

I emailed UBC (they won't give out index score but they will give out GPA). I emailed them after I got in, so idk if they'll have ur GPA confirmed before they evaluate ur file. 

I also applied Nov 30th. Good luck!!

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Accepted today.

Current Status: 4th year Bachelor of Commerce Student at University of Toronto


Last Name: A

LSAT: 165

Average (first three years w/ 2 lowest full credits dropped): 87.3%

 

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4 minutes ago, bubbles1851 said:

Could someone please explain the index score? How would I get mine?

 

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Accepted last week.

GPA (with drops): 80.25%

LSAT: 170

Will be rejecting in favour of UVic. Best of luck everybody!

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