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  1. Just got the email, I'm in! cGPA: 3.0 L2: 3.7 LSAT: 156, 161 Will likely be accepting! Good luck to those still waiting
  2. Congratulations! Will you be accepting?
  3. For one of my courses the professor has not been diligent at getting our exam marked and grades submitted despite the final being written two weeks ago and has not been responding to emails. If anyone has any advice as to what to do in this situation it would be very appreciated!
  4. I received a letter from Western indicating that they have deferred making a decision until my final grades for this term are submitted. Despite University policy indicating that professors have one week from the final exams to submit our final grades, I still have not received grades from exams I took 2 weeks ago. Out of the 5 grades, only 2 have been submitted on time. Since Western is waiting on my final grades, and I am still waiting to hear back from 2 schools, would it be beneficial for me to submit the grades I have thus far and submit the rest when they come in? Am I even able to submit an incomplete transcript? I fear schools will think I failed those courses if the grades are not all on there... I'm not certain when my other grades will come in and knowing my one professor (full-year course), the final grade will not be submitted for possibly another two weeks...any advice that could be helpful on this matter is greatly appreciated!
  5. If you read it carefully you would notice it says: "preferably" overall but "particularly" for the last two years. I definitely think a 3.7 cGPA is an asset and would make you a stronger candidate, but the wording indicates an emphasis on the last two years.
  6. Where on Westerns website does it say that they prefer a high cGPA as opposed to L2? This is what I found on the website: "A competitive candidate in the General Category will have completed a minimum of three years of undergraduate university study, (although most of our admitted students have completed a four-year degree), have an A- (82-84%) (GPA 3.7) average preferably overall, but particularly for the last two full years of study, and an LSAT score above the 80th percentile (160 or above)."
  7. According to Queens Website: -Competitive applicants should have at least an “A-” average (GPA 3.7) in their best two years of their undergraduate degree program at a full course load along with an LSAT score of at least 157. -For a student who does not have two years at full course load (ie. at part-time load), more emphasis will be placed on their CGPA, as calculated by OLSAS, which should be at least a 3.3.
  8. The train station in Kingston is a fair way away from Queens as well..they have buses but at times those buses only come every 30 minutes and take 30 minutes to get to campus from the station. So you would be looking at a 20$ uber/cab ride each way as well.
  9. I got an invitation to this event, despite the fact that I have already been rejected by Windsor Law. So it means nothing, it is just a mass email sent to everyone who applied to Windsor, including Undergraduates.
  10. Thanks for sharing this information! I got 3.4 with my current L2 and 3.625 worst case scenario L2 after this year, although I expect my marks to be higher after exams.
  11. I'm not quite sure what it would translate to in GPA, but my current L2 is around 80% and after this year, it will around 85%
  12. I was deferred and my grades so far for this year are a few percentage points higher than they have ever been. Do you know if this means my acceptance is likely? Also, does anyone know why they defer a candidate rather than outright reject them?
  13. My status has changed to deferred today as well! I was a bit confused as to what this meant...I assume they are just waiting to look and see what my final grades for this semester are and make their decision from there?
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