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  1. My application went from "Under Evaluation" to "Cancelled". I emailed asking for a refund and this is the answer I got. Good Afternoon, All files were evaluated, including your file, therefore the application fees are justified, it's simply that the status of your application has yet to be updated. Now, I'm not saying that your application is cancelled, I'm saying that at this moment, we've reached our admission quota for fall 2019, therefore your application is either 'waitlisted' or 'rejected'. The update will appear in your account within the next few weeks. Unfortunately, we have limited application file statuses which is why you can still see 'file under evaluation' instead of something like 'file evaluated - pending update'. I hope this will help clear any questions you had.
  2. Agreed!! I think if I don't hear back by tomorrow I will be sending an email because I find this beyond ridiculous and unprofessional on their behalf. They must have known how many applications they received back in November and could have planned accordingly instead we have this mess everyone is dealing with.
  3. I feel exactly the same way, wondering if I could ask for a refund.
  4. I've been having a lot of trouble too, everything is either awful or extremely expensive. And I've been checking the Facebook page, Kijiji and the websites for apartment rentals! Here's to hoping something nice will appear within the next few weeks.
  5. I think everyone's given great advice. I wanted to say that I struggled a lot with logical reasoning, but felt that "the fox lsat logical reasoning encyclopedia: disrespecting the lsat" helped a lot with bringing my LR score up. I took it on my daily commute and used it to drill types of questions I was uncomfortable with and felt myself getting more confident with the questions as I progressed. The only thing is that it does use past LSAT questions, so I'd cross-check the ones you're PT-ing with and the ones in the book to make sure you're not using the same questions.
  6. Accepted back in February, and didn't make an account until now. Was super worried about my low cGPA, but seems like it turned out alright! cGPA: 3.37 B2: 3.66 LSAT: 166
  7. Accepted April 9th! I rejected my offer, but I wanted to post this for people like me with lower cGPAs and was super worried. cGPA: 3.37 L2: 3.66 LSAT:166
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