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On 15/01/2018 at 10:22 AM, butfirstcoffee said:

Accepted as of this morning also!

AGPA: 3.98/4.5

LSAT: 160

Index Score: 77.55

Also have until March 2nd to accept or decline.

I have declined my offer today, good luck to those waiting!

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Does anyone know if another round of acceptance letters will be coming out since the deadline to accept or decline was March 2nd or will the next step be the creation of a waitlist?

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14 hours ago, Morgan67 said:

Does anyone know if another round of acceptance letters will be coming out since the deadline to accept or decline was March 2nd or will the next step be the creation of a waitlist?

Based on last year's thread, the post-March acceptances all appear to be off the waitlist.

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Accepted via IC this afternoon. Delighted to see you all there. 

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On 2018-02-06 at 12:20 PM, djkenny said:

Got my email yesterday! LSAT was a 158, 3.5/4.3 without any drops.

Declined last week. Good luck everyone else!

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Probably a stupid question, but how do I decline the offer after already paying the deposit?  I don't see any option to do so anywhere on the website and couldn't find any instructions. 

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On 4/1/2018 at 3:18 PM, Shankar said:

Probably a stupid question, but how do I decline the offer after already paying the deposit?  I don't see any option to do so anywhere on the website and couldn't find any instructions. 

I'm pretty sure you just have to call admissions and let them know you want to withdraw

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After accepting my offer, I have rescinded it and forfeited my seat. Hoping it goes to someone who has been waiting anxiously!

 

Beat of luck to all.

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