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  1. As a former inhabitant who lived under the Gardiner Expressway, I will share one bit of wisdom that was passed down to me: Discarded pizza boxes are an inexpensive source of cheese. You don't need an LLB from Swansea to figure that one out!
  2. I agree. The gambit of speculation that has occurred among applicants has really turned me into a mess.
  3. I was more asking along the lines of whether the committee will look at the score as invalid or not as competitive as those other applicants who took the LSAT without accommodations. Some people have suggested this and it has been bothering me.
  4. But if the person has a high LSAT that was taken with accommodations who applied Access, what happens in that case?
  5. Can you elaborate? Are you saying that schools will understand if an LSAT is accommodated if an applicant applies under Access because the Access applicant has probably received accommodation before and will conceivably request accommodation in law school?
  6. Some schools can ask about having accommodations on the LSAT which to me is fine, but my only question would be: in accordance with LSAC's policy, are they allowed to ask what kind of accommodations the test taker had? Is that information even reported by LSAC? Plenty of people take accommodated LSATs, so I would imagine just having incomplete evidence of an accommodated test without proper context wouldn't be enough evidence for adcomms to make a definitive admissability judgement on the applicant. Leads me to believe they just look at the scores. Queens has confirmed the latter to me recently.
  7. Thanks very much. I`m losing hope at this point; despite my high LSAT, I'm seeing people with lower stats than me be accepted since January. Leads me to believe that the schools are not taking my access claim into account and harshly weighing my cGPA against my L2 and LSAT. Makes me wonder just how competitive I am and whether I should expect to be accepted in the coming batches to go out over the next few weeks. Aren`t we getting late into the cycle? How many offers are sent out between now and end of May? I don't want to be waitlisted again.
  8. Why wouldn't you hold out hope for Queens? You have strong stats for them.
  9. Wow. With a 3.7 and a 166 I would have assumed you`d have been in. I guess Western favours cGPA more than we thought. Did you apply Access
  10. Closer to 25-26 from what I read last year.
  11. Do we know approximately how many people have been accepted under the Access category thusfar Seems like the majority of us are still waiting.
  12. Wrote and received my best and most recent score in January. I am thinking I probably won't hear back until after April 1st for this reason (hopefully).
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