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  1. Just to let everyone know: Wanda is out of office until Tuesday, so there won't be any waitlist movement before then.
  2. If you haven't heard anything at all since applying, you should try emailing or calling them. You're probably being waitlisted, but obviously nothing's guaranteed unless you hear it from them.
  3. Congrats! Do you know which waitlist you were on (NB, NS, PEI, NL or non-Atlantic)?
  4. They don't provide rankings, according the email I got. I'm just wondering if the email you got was worded differently and if there might be hope of getting our rankings.
  5. Yeah, that seems to be the pattern from previous years, I'm just trying not to get my hopes up.
  6. I guess if it's not ranked yet, there's no reason to think that the handful of us who were waitlisted on the 17th will be higher on the list than those who haven't been emailed yet, huh?
  7. There were people last year who got accepted just a few days after being told they were waitlisted. It could be any time from this week to August; such is the unpredictable nature of the waitlist.
  8. No. Last year, they added people to the waitlist starting in late May and continuing into mid-July. There's definitely still hope.
  9. I received an email this morning informing me that I have been placed on the waitlist and asking me to confirm whether I'd like to keep my spot there. Like last year, they're not telling people where they rank on the list. NL resident. PM me if you'd like to know my stats.
  10. It should be much easier to get accommodation if you haven't written it before (assuming you have all the necessary documentation).
  11. From what I've heard, LSAC isn't likely to approve accommodations, no matter how sound your ADHD documentation, is because you scored so well without accommodation. I've even heard this from people who scored in the mid/high 150s. LSAC's argument is basically "you scored better than a substantial percentage of test takers, you couldn't have been disadvantaged that much." It's frustrating if you know you're capable of a better score and you're being held back by a condition + lack of accommodation, but that's been the pattern for people who've written without accommodation, scored decently (or very well, in your case) and applied for accommodation for a subsequent test.
  12. I was told back in August that they'd review discretionary applications in April, which basically lines up with what @Esco455 said.
  13. I believe the governments of NL and PEI have agreements with NB and NS that guarantee a certain number of seats for students from those provinces every year. If you're concerned about a lack of guaranteed law school seats for Manitobans, you should probably take that up with the provincial government.
  14. In my experience, they won't tell you what your official adjusted GPA is, but if you tell them your calculation, they might tell you that it's more or less the same as theirs (or significantly different, if that's the case).
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