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  1. Status changed today, cgpa 3.84, L2: 3.9, LSAT: 158
  2. If you check previous threads, there is usually a small round at the end of April comparable to the one at the beginning of April. Likely filling the spots that were rejected during the round that went out at the beginning of the month. No news isn't necessarily bad news; could be good news... just have to wait it out and see but you're right it is getting quite late into the cycle.
  3. also waiting. I know my lsat isnt great (158) but my cGPA is 3.85, l2: 3.9.
  4. For those wondering, Western does have a blog updating current applicants. It seems a lot of people have not discovered it for whatever reason—i only found out about it a few weeks ago. https://law.uwo.ca/future_students/jd_admissions/information_for_current_applicants.html
  5. Just got the email! CGPA: 3.84~ L2: 3.9ish, still in 4th year LSAT: 155, 158 Decent ECs and LORs. Very happy, waiting on Western, however. Best of luck to everyone waiting!
  6. supposedly they upload scores once a week on Wednesday, according to the woman i talked to from OUAC. Should be uploaded today presumably!
  7. Thanks for the vote of confidence! Fingers crossed!
  8. Hey everyone, so today I got my November LSAT score back today and it was definitely meh. I scored a 155 which is about 2-3 below my average. That being the case, I'm scheduled to re-write in January. My CGAP is 3.84, L2 is ~3.88-3.9. I applied to Queens, Ottawa, and Western (my first choice). What should I be aiming for to realistically get into all three schools? 160+ is obviously my goal but would 158-159 suffice? Thanks!
  9. If it is a sufficient score in their eyes, they may make an offer before. If not, they will wait and put your file aside. Especially since you indicated on OLSAS you were writing in January. At no point will they simply toss your file aside
  10. if you're applying through OLSAS, they will set your application aside if you currently do not have a lsat score attached to your application. once your January score is in they will make a decision on your file.
  11. Hey, so I've applied to Western, Ottawa and Queens for 2019 entry. I'm in my final year of undergrad and have had to designate one of my current classes as a pass/fail course due to a crappy exam. Any idea how these schools look at pass/fail courses or how schools do in general? Am I screwed? (Other than this class I haven't gotten below an 80.)
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