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  1. I believe the question asked was something along the lines of, "What was the range of LSAT scores for accepted applicants?" and this was how the admissions officer responded (range of 156-161). It was surprising to me as well, I would have thought there would have been applicants with higher scores that accepted. However, based on the 'USask Accepted' thread from this past cycle, it seems there were many offers made to folks who had scores above that range. I will also caution that it seemed she was specifying the range in reference to regular category applicants though , so there is a possibility there were both higher and lower scores outside of that range.
  2. I certainly can’t speak for all Canadian schools, but this question was asked when I attended the USask and UCalgary sessions during the LSAC Forum and both schools confirmed they were viewing the flex in the same way as the regular exam.
  3. This info may also be helpful. One of the USask Admissions Officers, Michelle, mentioned during the LSAC Forum a few days ago that for accepted regular category applicants from this past cycle, the LSAT score range was between 156-161. She didn’t however mention anything about access category, which may have different stats.
  4. Hey! I was a waitlisted applicant this year at USask and was unfortunately unsuccessful. My stats were very similar to yours (3.8/4 & 153) and like you, I have a very strong SK connection (born and raised) and have done my schooling in Alberta. I don’t believe this weakens the SK connection in anyway. I am currently in the process of studying for the November LSAT sitting and believe my application will be much stronger with a higher LSAT. If you are concerned about your conflicting schedule, it may help to know that I wrote the January LSAT earlier this year, which USask accepts. I wanted to share my experience to help give you a small piece of insight into my process this past year, but everyone’s application and experiences are unique, so there is no reason to say it won’t work out for you with your existing stats. Best of luck!
  5. Received the official notice today that my application was unsuccessful. Was notified via email and the USask portal was updated as well.
  6. I believe they do notify candidates either way. The waitlist letter mentions that they will contact those waitlisted by email if they are able to offer a seat, or if the class is full.
  7. I spoke with the admissions office this morning in regards to the issue with accessing the 'Decisions History' tab and my waitlist letter no longer appearing, the same issue many others have been experiencing on this forum. I thought I would share what I found out here in case anyone found the information to be useful. The USask Admissions team said, "We are checking into a glitch in the system, which is preventing you from viewing your status and decision letter. Our IT department is working on this and it should be remedied shortly. There is no change to your status, and you are still on the ranked waitlist."
  8. To others who have been waitlisted, There is no action required to confirm our spot on the waitlist, correct? I believe that is right based on the letter, but would hate to miss confirming my interest if it is required. Thanks!
  9. Waitlisted this morning at 2:38am. Received an email notice and the USask portal was updated as well. B2: 3.8 LSAT: 153 Very strong SK connection and several years work experience.
  10. Still waiting - regular category! B2: 3.8, LSAT 153, several years work experience. Applied in November and application was updated to "completed" last week.
  11. Congrats! Would you mind sharing the deadline you were given to accept by?
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