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On 5/21/2018 at 7:20 PM, Octavio said:

Got my acceptance 2 weeks ago, see you guys there ;)

CGPA 3.0

LSAT 155

Mature applicant

What date did you have to respond by? :)

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11 hours ago, ashleydawn08 said:

What date did you have to respond by? :)

I accepted right away 

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I was accepted earlier this week and have just declined my offer. B2 is probably around 3.1/4.0, 167, no SK connection.

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On 2018-04-26 at 6:46 PM, Bolieve said:

Accepted this afternoon.

GPA: 3.7/3.8 depending on how they calculated it.

LSAT: 156

Very strong Sask connection. Born and raised, undergrad, coming from a family that includes several MLA's over the past few decades. Not sure if I will be accepting or not.... Going to be a tough choice with my fiancee.

Made the decision to attend uSask in the Fall. See you all there! 

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Just for the sake of those of us on the wait list, I was wondering if the people who indicated that they would be declining their offers have done so already?

Thanks :) 

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Received my acceptance June 12, needed to respond by June 29

GPA: 4.0/4.3

LSAT: 147 (Feb)

Very strong SK connection and practical work experience

Regular applicant 

There is hope for those who bomb the LSAT on their first try!

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On 6/20/2018 at 4:21 PM, BBLawyer said:

Received my acceptance June 12, needed to respond by June 29

GPA: 4.0/4.3

LSAT: 147 (Feb)

Very strong SK connection and practical work experience

Regular applicant 

There is hope for those who bomb the LSAT on their first try!

Were you admitted off the wait list?

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59 minutes ago, amsull said:

Were you admitted off the wait list?

No I wasn't on the waitlist

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Accepted off of the waitlist today!

cGPA: 3.36/4.33 (no B2)

LSAT: 157, 163

Strong (I think) Saskatchewan connection.

See you in September!

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I am thrilled to say that I just received my acceptance letter 

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On 2018-07-04 at 1:56 PM, SCC said:

Accepted off of the waitlist today!

cGPA: 3.36/4.33 (no B2)

LSAT: 157, 163

Strong (I think) Saskatchewan connection.

See you in September!

Nice Job SCC, I've seen you working hard around these blogs and have been rooting for you.

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@roozieI was just wondering, did they give you a deadline for accepting their offer? If so, would you mind sharing the date. I'm just trying to figure out if there is a date I can focus on in the hopes that the wait list might move more. Thanks :) 

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2 hours ago, amsull said:

@roozieI was just wondering, did they give you a deadline for accepting their offer? If so, would you mind sharing the date. I'm just trying to figure out if there is a date I can focus on in the hopes that the wait list might move more. Thanks :) 

August 20th

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