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  1. faoejfowjfjewaofjwa

    Referred to Admissions Committee

    I went from Referred for Review --> Referred to Admission Committee and then I got Accepted a couple weeks (maybe three/four weeks) after. So those who have been referred to the admission committee will probably be hearing back soon.
  2. faoejfowjfjewaofjwa

    Accepted 2019

    In today!!! I legit checked half an hour ago and there was nothing and all of a sudden it showed up. CGPA: 3.56 LSAT: 164, 165 Ontario Resident Access Student
  3. I'm experiencing the same thing right now. It was working fine this morning and then all of a sudden I can no longer access my application status. I'd like to believe it's a good thing meaning there's movement on my application but it's probably just a glitch in the system.
  4. faoejfowjfjewaofjwa

    In queue 2019

    I'm just wondering if there is an average number of days a person is in the queue before a decision is made? From what I've seen in this cycle most people hear back within 22 days of being in the queue at most. Does someone have a better idea of how long it usually takes? Could you potentially be in the queue for a couple of months? Just for context I've been in the queue since November 27th and just like most of you I'm getting a little antsy.
  5. faoejfowjfjewaofjwa

    Email received that they are reviewing my application

    Yeah it's weird that some of us have "Referred for Review" and others have "Referred - Admission Committee." I have the admissions committee one and I'm worried there might be a difference between the two of those.
  6. faoejfowjfjewaofjwa

    No active application

    Sorry might be the wrong thread but my application status says "complete" Does that just mean that I don't have to hand anything else in?
  7. faoejfowjfjewaofjwa

    In queue 2019

    My application just went into the queue November 27th. LSAT 164 and a GPA of 3.55. Oh man never been this nervous in my entire life.
  8. faoejfowjfjewaofjwa

    Chances cGPA 3.55 LSAT 164 Access Student

    Phew. Thank you so much, that makes me feel so much better. I haven't found a ton of people with a similar gpa and lsat score so I really appreciate you commenting it definitely helps calm my nerves a little.
  9. faoejfowjfjewaofjwa

    Chances cGPA 3.55 LSAT 164 Access Student

    I was wondering if someone with a little more experience might be able to predict my chances. I have a cGPA of 3.55 (OLSAS calculated) and an L2 of 3.6. I attend the Schulich School of Business as an undergrad which is a really hard program and I explained it a little bit in my PS. I got a 164 on my LSAT and I'm rewriting November 17th to see if I can raise it to balance out my GPA. I applied as an access student as I was diagnosed at 8 with a learning disability and submitted all the required info. I had pretty strong references one from a York prof and the other from a lawyer I work for. And I had a lot of experience (president of a business law club), internships in tech, VP positions, etc. I applied to Western, Ottawa, Osgoode, Windsor and Queens. My top schools are Osgoode for JD/MBA, Ottawa and Western. I would really appreciate if someone could give me a better idea of my chances. I'm nervous about my cGPA and how being an access applicant factors in.
  10. faoejfowjfjewaofjwa

    Personal statement

    It's already split up for you. OLSAS splits the questions and you are only allowed to write 2000 characters each with spaces. And the third question is optional depending on whether or not you have considerations.
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