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  1. I know I'm a bit late to this party, but let me share another aspect of application that has really calmed me down as an applicant this cycle. For example, taking the application numbers of both Osgoode (~3,300) and Western (~2,700) this year does seem like an astronomical amount! However, keep in mind that there is a very high possibility of large overlap between these applicant numbers. It's most likely not the case that each school's applicant pool is separate from other schools, as I can almost guarantee that everyone (whether on or off this forum) applied to multiple schools. I think the fear of an impending competitive cycle caused people to apply to more schools than they otherwise would have, because I sure did! No matter how many schools one applied to, they can only accept one offer. Couple that with the point raised earlier that many schools sent out way more offers than seats, and I think things begin to fall into perspective. I'm gonna wager that schools send out more offers than there are available seats because they know that applicants will be applying to multiple schools. So in that sense the numbers seem inflated for sure. As someone who has also yet to receive any acceptances, I just gotta tough it out and wait! We got this
  2. January LSAT taker here, I called them this morning and they have already received the January scores. They told me that the next batch of acceptances would be sometime in March because they are waiting for first round acceptees to respond to their offers by the March first deadline.
  3. Hi! I actually contacted OLSAS and they said it would take between 1-2 weeks for the scores to be updated on the site. If you indicated that you will rewrite when you applied, everything's good to go. If you didn't indicate, you can still make that edit under the LSAT section of your OLSAS application. Sick score increase! Good luck
  4. As the deadline for April is fast approaching, I would consider forgoing this session altogether and focusing on rewriting later in the year if your schedule permits. Since you will presumably be applying for the 2022 cycle, you have lots of time to prepare (theoretically a year maximum from now). It might be tough to get to where you need to be by April as that doesn't leave you with very much time, so I would focus on slowly going through the basics of the LSAT and ensuring you have a thorough understanding of the fundamentals before dropping $$ on test registration.
  5. My application has been stuck on "Pending Review" ever since I applied, so I'm sure those of you who have already gone past that have nothing to worry about!!
  6. In what world would you expect someone with a 3.4/3.5/3.6 and a 167 to be waitlisted so soon? Apparently at Windsor
  7. When I emailed them a couple weeks ago asking what the admissions index was, Dailene replied saying to ask at the end of the admissions cycle. Which is weird, but anyhow 🤷‍♂️
  8. I WAS SO EXCITED WHEN I SAW THE SUBJECT LINE and then I read the email and was like.. well then
  9. Any idea of a reliable way to calculate GPA for UVic? I've browsed a lot of the threads but I can't seem to find a way to do it, so I emailed admissions asking for my GPA but she replied saying to ask for that info again once the admissions cycle is over (?!) which I find really strange. Like what's the point of getting your GPA after the fact? Every other school I asked replied with my GPA when I asked them.
  10. I can't really speak for last-minute LSAT preparation, but have you considered waiting until after you graduate to write the LSAT and then apply next cycle? I presume it would be better for both your GPA and LSAT score.
  11. Seems like I have the same issue; I submitted my application on 10/28/2020 and it's been stuck on Pending Review since then. But for some reason, every item on the checklist says Initiated with a date of 10/30/2021. I'll probably send an email.
  12. Oh okay, thanks for the information. May I ask if you were accepted or rejected last year?
  13. Status changed from "Application Under Review" to "Decision Pending" today!! So weird because I am rewriting the LSAT next week (I have an existing score on file) and although I don't know my GPA on the 4.3 scale, I'm pretty sure my index is below 900. Has anyone else who indicated that they will write in January had their file progress in a similar fashion?
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