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Accepted today! ON resident

cGPA 3.5, L2 3.8, 160, Grad degree

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Accepted yesterday. 

LSAT: 159

MUN GPA -  3.57/4.0, 

L2 -  3.88/4.0

Two great references, one very mediocre

Decent softs. 

(Also Ontario resident)

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Have been following these threads for close to 2 years, and I'm happy to finally post!

Accepted this morning via e-mail. 7:26 AM. 

cGPA 3.35, L2 3.84, LSAT 157 159.

MA Degree, extensive extracurriculars, tons of work and volunteer experience. Reference letters by two former professors, one of which is a UN delegate. Ontario resident.

Best of luck to all of those still waiting! Remain steadfast in your goals, hard work pays off!

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How did you get your acceptance letters? Where can I find the next steps for accepting an offer?

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6 minutes ago, jessicalaw said:

How did you get your acceptance letters? Where can I find the next steps for accepting an offer?

I received a package in the mail. It contained details about a student meet and greet at the beginning of March. The date I was given for when the offer expires is March 31. 

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7 hours ago, jessicalaw said:

How fast did u the get acceptance letter in the mail, after you received the email notice?

For me it was about a week and a half. I'm a BC resident. 

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Got a response today from Rose about a scholarship that I applied for (i.e. not an automatic entrance scholarship), so other successful applicants should hear soon as well if they haven't already. I will most likely still be turning Dalhousie down (though this is making the choice tougher, especially because I didn't get any scholarship at UBC), so I hope it gets passed on to one of you lovely people.

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On 31/01/2018 at 11:12 AM, butfirstcoffee said:

Also accepted this morning via e-mail.

cGPA: 3.8/4.33

L2: 3.94/4.33

LSAT: 160

Manitoba resident.

Declined my offer today.

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Just received the email this morning! I’m so excited!

3.37 cGPA

3.68 L2

MA 4.2 (first semester)

LSAT 152, 152, 158, 160 (perseverance is everything) 

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59 minutes ago, Khill12 said:

Does anyone know the deadline for accepting offers of admission?

Mine is March 31, got my offer late January

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21 hours ago, student3416 said:

Mine is March 31, got my offer late January

Thanks!

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Accepted today! :D

GPA: 3.62

LSAT: 162

Good LORs, extensive ECs, lots of luck! 

Vancouver resident.

Im ecstatic and will be accepting! Unless a miracle happens and I get into UBC or UVic

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Accepted last week (Feb26)!

GPA: 3.7

LSAT: 163

Decent ECs and pretty good LORs,

I accepted the offer this morning!

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If anyone is looking for an apartment, I have a 1 bedroom available June 1st, renewable for the school year at $960 per month. 

For details email [email protected]

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On 2018-02-15 at 1:13 PM, remodify said:

Just received the email this morning! I’m so excited!

3.37 cGPA

3.68 L2

MA 4.2 (first semester)

LSAT 152, 152, 158, 160 (perseverance is everything) 

Congrats!!! Is your GPA /4.3 or /4.0 ??

 

Thanks

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