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  1. Accepted off the waitlist today (will accept)! Super excited to join the incoming class. Stats: self-calculated index somewhere around 91.3. cGPA 82%, higher with drops. LSAT 164. Have both Bachelor and Master degrees.
  2. I probably should've posted my ranking too - I am now up to #12 as of last week (likely a bit higher up now with the declined offers).
  3. Asked today regarding my waitlist rank, moved up around a dozen spots. Curious to know if any of those who are still waitlisted will accept if given an offer. I likely will, as I only applied to UBC.
  4. I believe that if the courses count towards your first undergraduate degree, then it will be a part of your GPA calculation. Whether that's viewed as a negative, I can't answer, but for my situation, I took some college courses in high school as mine didn't offer AP, and those courses were later included in my GPA calculations for UBC.
  5. There have been some movement - I went up 6 or 7 spots from last month.
  6. Waitlisted in early April GPA: 82.x LSAT: 164 My waitlist rank is in the 40's. I had my GPA confirmed but to my knowledge it didn't seem to include marks that I had taken at a college while still in high school (otherwise my GPA would be slightly higher).
  7. Thanks for the updates, everyone. I have a slightly lower index score (self-calculated around 91.2-91.4), so it looks like I'll be quite borderline. Hope I won't need to retake the LSAT.
  8. Thanks Malarchy! What's your current status on your tracker? Mine is still "File complete - awaiting evaluation."
  9. Thanks turbotom. It's a shame as my GPA is higher without the prerequisites but it is what it is.
  10. Apologies if this has already been answered, as I wasn't able to find a thread in the past few pages. I am wondering whether they count any non-degree year(s) towards the calculation of my GPA. For example, I needed to take at least a year or two of prerequisites to get into my main undergraduate program, which grants a bachelor degree. Do those first few years count towards my GPA? If yes, do courses I've taken after graduation as an unclassified student also count as well? I would call the admissions office but I think they might be busy right now with all the LSAT updates. Any help would be greatly appreciated!
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