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5 hours ago, JDHopeful2018 said:

What date do they require you to accept/reject the offer by?

June 22 ! 

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On 2018-06-08 at 3:28 PM, RezCyborg said:

Extremely excited, got accepted today!

LSAT 159

L2 3.75ish

what was your cgpa?

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Has anyone that had been accepted recently and had to respond by the June 22nd deadline declined their offer?

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Got an offer in January (regular admissions category), but declined. Stats for the number-crunchers: 3.56/167

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