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  1. Your app is still under review or possibly hasn't been reviewed yet and is in the to be reviewed pile. Referred to adcom confirms that the requirements of your application are fine (they have your grades, lsat score, statement, etc). Decisions will continue to be made on a rolling basis. It's slow, that's all.
  2. I was referred Jan 7 and waitlisted last week.
  3. Just going to address things in order: - If you have the personal capacity to do an accelerated form of study, go for it. I didn't find the work load that difficult coming off an undergraduate degree. - My placement was found entirely for me. I told my co-op advisor what areas of law I was interested in, and they actually were able to get me a direct match. If you have someone in mind that has already agreed to take you, you can certainly make everyone's life easier, but we weren't expected to find our own placements. The only thing they didn't guarantee was that we would get our exact interest area, which is fair enough. I worked under a criminal defence lawyer. - Unless you plan on being licensed as a paralegal and want to take the licensing exam, go the ILCO route. If you really just want to work as a law clerk, that program will be far more beneficial for you. The paralegal program focuses on teaching you the skills you need to open your own business and practice as a paralegal. It does not teach a lot of the areas that the law clerk program covers that would be way more practical for you to get into a corporate setting.
  4. Windsor informed me last time I applied when I was rejected. You’ll know either way.
  5. I was referred Jan 7 and just got a waitlist decision last Monday. Just means you're still pending - hang in there!
  6. From speaking with people who have been waitlisted now quite a few April/May waitlisters have gotten in. They just don’t post here lol.
  7. Waitlisted today, just got the e-mail. cGPA: 2.49, LSAT: 159 (only) Would be a 'mature' student if that category existed at Windsor, working in law currently, 10+ years of work experience generally, licensed paralegal.
  8. I can't say I love it either but in a sense it's the most holistic way to decide every application on its own individual merits instead of pitting them against another application. I also prefer gin with my tonic.
  9. Windsor doesn't review everyone and then make decisions. They decide on each individual application as they review it. That has always been the case, unfortunately for us waiting.
  10. Edmond has a great practice exam that I highly recommend. You can write it a few times so if you split the costs with your friends, you can each take it once.
  11. Is the one day really going to sway you that much to make a provisional acceptance if you're waiting on other schools?
  12. I really pity them having to deal with me and school again tbh. 😂
  13. It means they haven't reviewed your application yet. We can hear any day up until the first day of classes, more or less. Sucks but be patient. I'm in the same boat.
  14. It doesn't mean anything other than the person who reviewed your application did so quickly and determined you were a waitlist candidate.
  15. There’s no official timeline. It’s whenever they get to your application.
  16. Predicting Windsor requires a seance but 143 is low. You’re going to need to pull that up. Everyone thinks their ECs and personal statement are great - myself included lol.
  17. Who knows. I’ve been referred since Jan 7.
  18. It's pass/fail and it changes every year depending on what the advisory committee sets for that particular exam.
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