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Excited to start this thread! 

 

Just received my offer. 

 

3.49 CGPA

3.76 L2

 

Edit: 163 LSAT

Under avg ECs, well written PS.

 

Referred to admissions committee a few weeks ago. 

 

Good luck to everyone else! 

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Congratulations! 

Did you receive an email or just check your My Windsor? 

 

 

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15 minutes ago, CreamCheeseLion said:

Excited to start this thread! 

 

Just received my offer. 

 

3.49 CGPA

3.76 L2

 

Edit: 163 LSAT

Under avg ECs, well written PS.

 

Referred to admissions committee a few weeks ago. 

 

Good luck to everyone else! 

Congratulations :)

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1 hour ago, elainebenes said:

Congratulations! 

Did you receive an email or just check your My Windsor? 

 

 

I received an e-mail, it had an attachment with the details of the offer.

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12 minutes ago, CreamCheeseLion said:

I received an e-mail, it had an attachment with the details of the offer.

Congratulations! Are you finished your undergrad or in your final year? Has it updated on MyUWindsor?

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In as well, received the email this morning:

cGPA:  3.85

L2/B2:  3.9

LSAT:  158

Very strong ECs and letters of recommendation.

4th year undergrad at an Ontario University

Ontario Resident

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I was also accepted today. I received an email with an offer letter. Yay!

OLSAS GPA: 3.43 (there is hope for those of us with not the greatest GPA ahah) 

LSAT: 159

Decent ECs in University, 1.5 years of work experience in a Social Service Agency where I am working currently.  

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Just got the email as well (fyi, it went to my spam folder for those waiting).

3.69 CGPA, 158 LSAT.

Last name starts with P.

Currently in my 3rd year and will be graduating in April.

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Do all the offers come out in the morning, is there any point to check throughout the day if you havent heard by like 10am?

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In today!!! Got the email around 11am

cGPA 3.5, L2 3.8, 160

Grad degree, strong ECs & softs

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Got my offer of admissions email earlier this morning! 

LSAT: Cancelled score, 148, 157

cOLSAS GPA: 3.56 

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Got my offer this morning.

 

Third-year philosophy undergrad.

LSAT: 161

cGPA: 3.23

L2: 3.92

 

Six years' experience as a court reporter (28 yo).

Strong ECs, strong personal statement, strong letters of rec.

 

Good luck, everyone!

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Just got my offer too! GPA 3.55, LSAT 165

Not sure if I want to accept it yet since I applied to a bunch of places. Did you guys apply to the other Ontario ones too?

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Have you guys received an email from Windsor saying "your application had been received and you can check it on Windsor website"? The only email I ever received from Windsor was the invitation to information session happening on January 10th... 

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1 hour ago, howdoilaw said:

in. 

3.26

163

 

10 hours ago, meredith121 said:

Just got my offer too! GPA 3.55, LSAT 165

Not sure if I want to accept it yet since I applied to a bunch of places. Did you guys apply to the other Ontario ones too?

 When did you guys get accepted? Today or 24th? Or before then..?

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On 12/25/2017 at 2:49 AM, LegalArmada said:

 

 When did you guys get accepted? Today or 24th? Or before then..?

before... on the 22nd

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