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The wait is killing me!!  My stats are as good as many who have posted that they received offers, but I have yet to hear.

 

Is UNB sending out rejections??

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The deadline was only March 1st so I imagine there won't be rejections for a while.

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Just got rejected today. You can look at my account for stats. Applied under special circumstance. No maritime connection

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2 hours ago, UnbLaw2018 said:

I know people who have been rejected as well

are they in special or regular category?

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On 5/9/2018 at 12:02 PM, SammyS said:

are they in special or regular category?

I'm not entirely sure,  but I would assume Regular. I think the special category goes to supplementary review which I don't think has happened yet. 

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On 2018-05-09 at 10:32 AM, SammyS said:

are they in special or regular category?

I applied in the special category and received an acceptance offer early March.

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Just now, rebeccius said:

I applied in the special category and received an acceptance offer early March.

Whoops. Meant to reply to @UnbLaw2018

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On 5/11/2018 at 4:24 PM, rebeccius said:

Whoops. Meant to reply to @UnbLaw2018

If you didn't go to supplementary review, I would think that means you probably would have been accepted even if you hadn't applied to the special category. A 162 LSAT is a very strong score. 

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15 hours ago, UnbLaw2018 said:

If you didn't go to supplementary review, I would think that means you probably would have been accepted even if you hadn't applied to the special category. A 162 LSAT is a very strong score. 

My acceptance letter mentioned "after a preliminary review of discretionary applications" - so it seems like I did go to some sort of supplementary review. Not sure?  Perhaps that review process is ongoing, and not yet complete. Also, FWIW the offer was made before I had my 162 score (first write was lower).  

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rejected last week, no maritime affiations. lsat 160. gpa:75% regular category

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On 5/15/2018 at 6:43 AM, AtlanticOcean said:

For those of you who've been rejected, were you notified via email or did you find out some other way?

via e-mail and then a letter was sent in the mail 

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Posted (edited)

Refused today CGPA: 3.17 

L2: 3.6 

Law firm working experience and long term volunteering 

General.   

Lsat 154 

Notified through email to check status. 

Edited by justoneschoolplease

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3 minutes ago, justoneschoolplease said:

Refused today CGPA: 3.17 

L2: 3.6 

Law firm working experience and long term volunteering 

General.   

 

Notified through email to check status. 

Lsat? 

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Rejected today 

157, 3.52 OLSAS CGPA, L2 3.7+ 

Family in maritime, Ontario resident.

In at Windsor so not too bummed.

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Rejected today, 3.32gpa, 158 lsat, no maritime connection, with decent ECs (some law related). access 

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