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Accepted last night!! :) Originally #33. Response by Aug 6th. Deposit due July 30th. Good luck all!!!

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7 minutes ago, Cielbleu said:

Accepted last night!! :) Originally #33. Response by Aug 6th. Deposit due July 30th. Good luck all!!!

That's amazing!

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38 minutes ago, joshuachal said:

Anyone accepted higher then #33??

What number are you?

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36 minutes ago, SlickRick said:

What number are you?

#45 ! getting close but still feels so far.

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Has anyone had a look to see how many seats are left in classes yet this week? I know it's not perfectly accurate but it will give us an idea of when offers will slow down some. 

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On 7/16/2018 at 2:02 PM, Lawyer2020 said:

Did you call the university? is your problem solved?

Hey, yeah it randomly started to work for me the next day (yesterday), I wasn't getting the invalid appointment date message anymore. I have enrolled in to my small group and thematic course now. Thanks for checking in!

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53 minutes ago, Lawerup said:

Hey, yeah it randomly started to work for me the next day (yesterday), I wasn't getting the invalid appointment date message anymore. I have enrolled in to my small group and thematic course now. Thanks for checking in!

that's great. I have the same problem. For me it says : you don't have a valid enrollment appointment. Did you add the bloc in your Fall  and thematic in your winter term? or we need to also add our bloc into winter term as well?

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2 hours ago, Hopeful3101 said:

Has anyone had a look to see how many seats are left in classes yet this week? I know it's not perfectly accurate but it will give us an idea of when offers will slow down some. 

As of now, there are 39 seats left 

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21 minutes ago, joshuachal said:

So......... Anyone else an Ottawa U Law Student yet..

all eyes are on you for now:) good luck!

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13 minutes ago, Willnevergetin said:

all eyes are on you for now:) good luck!

Fingers Crossed - Thank you !

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1 hour ago, Alexmiffy said:

Does anyone know they will revise their ranking or not?

Ottawa will send you an email requesting you to confirm if you want to remain on the wait list.  

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It does not seem like any offers were sent out yesterday :(.. well at least not to anyone who posts on here... Lets see what happens today :)

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9 hours ago, Luckycharm said:

Ottawa will send you an email requesting you to confirm if you want to remain on the wait list.  

Before they revise the ranking?That is good. Hope some people got another offer can be removed from the list.

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37 minutes ago, Alexmiffy said:

Before they revise the ranking?That is good. Hope some people got another offer can be removed from the list.

If you are unable, impossible or not going to make it to Ottawa with short notice ( 2 to 3 weeks or  few days notice) please consider removing yourself off the wait list by first or second week of August. 

 

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On 7/15/2018 at 12:39 PM, CrimNation said:

@Ripple, @Rower4Life, @Khill12, @LegalKnievel, @bambi00, @Jayhawk34, @Law8200 

Hey guys, we haven’t heard of you since the beginning of the thread. Any news? 

215/298. It's highly unlikely I will get in. LSAT is my problem. I applied late to grad school to get my masters and I got in. Going to get my masters, redo the LSAT down the line and re-apply unless the snowball's chance in hell happens and I get accepted. I wonder when the numbers will update?

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