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I am not in... I am not rejected....  any ideas how large the wait list is??

 

Not knowing is killer!!

mod edit: I have changed the title to prevent confusion. -WJ

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Now that the Feb lsat will be updated to olsas within the next week the last 2 weeks.of March should see a wave of offers going out

Fingers crossed I'm waiting too😁

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16 minutes ago, NBhopeful said:

no idea what is up... just asking.... wait is killer as everyone knows

Ohhh like you didn't get put on the actual waitlist?

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You're not on a waitlist. That was a rather disingenuous post title.

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Waitlist prob won' start until June ish based on talking to the office and past year threads regular offers are gonna keep coming in april most likley, then way later deep summer will a waitlist be made I'm guessing 

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In at UNB, not western.... sorry posted in wrong section    screwed up

 

still hope for Western!!!

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posted in wrong list so sorry for this
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28 minutes ago, NBhopeful said:

In now....!!!!!

Congrats btw. 

I assume the new wave has just started for a lot more people? 

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