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  1. Rejected today. cGPA 3.32 L2 3.6 LSAT 153, 157, 157 Access Category I'll admit my personal statement was not very geared towards their requirement.
  2. They say that they don't reject anyone until they've officially finalized their 2020 class. Right now, it's prob just people off the wait list who will get in. I'm assuming that the rest of us who have not heard back will be rejected.
  3. Probably around 4pm. It was just a bit before i posted. However I don't know if they had updated it before then because I hadn't checked the portal in a while. They emailed me that there was a change in my status in the portal at 5:16pm.
  4. I didn't receive an email yet but I checked the portal. Rejected today. cGPA 3.32 L2 3.6 LSAT 153, 157, 157 Access Category
  5. Terrible idea, not to mention how much VIA gets delayed. You're going to end up spending more time with the VIA train than your girlfriend.
  6. Congrats! Access or general?
  7. Thanks for taking one for the team and letting us know. I got my hopes up a bit too.
  8. Does anyone know about what it's like asking professors to re-write a letter of recommendation to re-apply a second time? Do they keep the same LOR or edit it a bit? Are they not as kind with their LOR? Is it a bit embarrassing to ask? Does it affect my application if the professors just submit the same LOR? Can the law schools tell?
  9. Regardless it says the date. OP did the date change?
  10. they don't rank the waitlist publicly but they obviously rank it internally
  11. I'm in the same position as you and with similar stats (cGPA 3.32 L2 3.6 LSAT 153, 157, 157) and I applied to all the same schools except I applied Lakehead instead of Windsor. I also applied access category and have yet to hear back from any schools. I've also been stressing as some schools have already sent out rejection letters. It seems that planning my future is centered around law school responses. I'm currently working a part-time job and if I don't get into any law schools, I plan on applying for a full-time job. However, I am an anxious person and would like to start applying now but the problem is, if I do get into a law school, I would definitely go and it doesn't make sense to go through the efforts of applying and then training for a full-time job just to leave after a few months in the summer so my plan is to wait until after I receive responses before I start applying for anything. Like you, I also thought about doing a Master's just because I don't know what to do but then I decided that it seems to be a waste of money and I rather work some jobs and figure things out before either applying to a Master's program or before re-applying to law school. I'm pretty burnt out from the LSATs so I definitely would need a few more months before diving back in to re-write. My advice for now is to distract yourself and keep yourself occupied to prevent yourself from obsessively checking the student portals and worrying. I'm just playing some silly computer games to keep myself occupied for this long wait. I'm expecting to probably get put on the waitlist and have a few months of waiting with my stats. Also keep in mind that all the schools take longer with access category applicants because it's more individualized and considered on a case to case basis.
  12. You can only check the Student Center status. From what I can tell there's no indication to see if they have looked at your application or not, just their decision.
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