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  1. Hi Canuckfanatic- I know this is an older thread but I wonder if I could PM you about course selection at TRU? I am a stronger writer than I am exam taker so your comment is very reassuring to me as an incoming 1L at TRU lol.
  2. Accepted at 2:26 MST! LSAT: 158 L2 GPA: 3.75 Practicing social worker with pretty good ECs I’d say! Not sure if I’ll be accepting as I was also accepted to grad school so I’ve got some stuff to think about! Very honoured and excited nonetheless!
  3. Hey! I'm in the exact same position as you. I applied all over, was waitlisted at my top choice and haven't heard anything back from the other schools. It's a really weird feeling knowing that, had we applied last cycle, things might have been different. I ended up applying and being accepted to grad school in LA so that's what I'm probably going to be doing
  4. Anybody else go decision pending around the 5th and not hear back today? Feeling super defeated as my stats are about the same as everyone else who posted today.
  5. I applied super early. Complete by Nov. 1st! And its alright, I got into grad school so I'm seriously considering that if things don't turn out the way I'm hoping
  6. Waitlisted this morning for the second year in a row lol. Feels good. 158 LSAT, 3.8 GPA, extensive ECs centred around social justice and advocacy work as well as extensive research experience. Oh well!
  7. Are you serious?!?! This is incredible news for someone like me who jumped 9 points between LSATs!!!! And to address your question, I think your stats are still competitive!
  8. Does a GPA that is on the higher side of things help to balance out a lower LSAT score? I have a 3.8 gpa but only a 158 LSAT. I've applied to U of A, U of C, USask, TRU, Dal and UNB.. does anyone have any insight into whether or not my low LSAT is going to negate my GPA? Has anyone here been admitted with an LSAT score similar to mine?
  9. Very true. It isn't a good use of my time to be trying to figure out averages when the information here isn't representative of the entire sample at all. U of C is just my top choice so seeing the acceptance thread become so active all of a sudden was intimidating.
  10. Hi everyone. I'm feeling a bit panicked as TRU told me that they haven't received my transcript from the U of A. According to the U of A, my transcript was printed and mailed on the 5th of January. Has anybody else experienced this issue?
  11. I applied to U of C last year as a fourth year student- my stats were a 3.5 L2 GPA and 158 LSAT. I was waitlisted and then rejected in September. I applied again this year with the same LSAT score but with a GPA of 3.8. From what I've seen in the acceptances thread so far, my LSAT is very much below average this year. Does U of C take into account being previously waitlisted or is it irrelevant? I am also a U of C grad, don't know if that makes a difference either.
  12. I can't tell you how absolutely delightful and reassuring it is to find another helping person on here! Reading people's ECs about working in law offices and having business degrees, I was starting to feel like a fish out of water. You're right- I have put in a lot of work to get to this point and I am proud of myself for that! I definitely need to work on treating myself with more kindness and not getting caught up in comparing myself to people on the internet who represent a very small sample size. Thank you so much for your message. It was exactly what I needed to hear ❤️
  13. I do not have ties to the Maritimes. I am not in school anymore unfortunately. I'm thinking that if this application cycle does not go in my favour then I will have to rewrite the LSAT. But thank you for your insight, it is really appreciated!
  14. Yes, exactly. I feel like I have expended so much emotional energy into this process and it is just such a daunting feeling to know that it probably was for nothing.
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