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  1. Yes my status changed to "Offer Extended" - like @Firecracker said my fingers are crossed for you!! Hopefully you hear back soon!
  2. Thank you! They did not, though I think I've read in previous years it was around 920? Not 100% sure. Best of luck!!
  3. Thank you so much!! It's K, but the first letter of my first name is A so maybe they're doing it that way
  4. So excited to start this thread!! Just got the call about 10 minutes ago - I'm in! For those wondering, I my GPA is 4.0/4.3 and LSAT is 170. Also got a scholarship offer which I'm super excited about! Sending good vibes to you all!!
  5. I'd guess definitely Oz, very good chance for UofT as well. As @PlayALawyerOnTV mentioned, your stats are pretty close to the 50th percentile for UofT, so I'd be surprised if you didn't get offers from both (assuming your EC's and PS are ok/good). Congrats in advance!!
  6. I completely agree. It's so hard not to at least consider UofT given that it's such a fantastic school, but I wonder if I really want the competition and intensity that would accompany that. UVic is pretty far the other way from what I've read, which in a way is appealing but I do think I thrive in a more intense environment (I chose Queen's Comm for my undergrad lol). UBC seems like somewhat of a middle ground in a lot of ways. Big city, but not too big. Great law school, competitive but not overly so. I think I'd be happy at any of them, though!
  7. It sounds like we're in a very similar situation!! I'm also from Ontario (GTA) and went on exchange in my third year. I'm in 4th year of my undergrad at Queen's right now, so I've done the small-town Ontario University gig - I'd only stay in Ontario if I went to UofT or Ottawa. I'm definitely still debating between UBC and UVic, but I'm heavily leaning towards UBC. I like the idea of a larger school with more classes and extracurricular opportunities. Plus I'd like to go on exchange again and the UBC partner schools resonate more with me. I honestly don't think one could go wrong with either, though! They're both fantastic schools and I think they both align well with my personal values and career goals.
  8. I'm about 80% sure I'll go to UBC if I get in. Also applied to UofT, UVic and Ottawa. I've wanted to move out West for a long time and would like to practice there, so it makes the most sense for me to pick UBC or UVic. I'm not entirely sure and it's subject to change, but I'm feeling pretty certain I'll go to one of those schools.
  9. I completely feel this. I have been obsessively refreshing my email all week. Best of luck to you!!
  10. Just checked. Mine was also updated to "under evaluation", showing everything has been received!
  11. Thanks so much for your reply! I appreciate the info. I'll definitely check out the bursary program, so thanks for that!
  12. Hi everyone! I'm a current applicant for the 2021 cycle, and UBC is my first choice! From reading through this forum, it seems like I have a pretty good chance of getting accepted (93.5 Index, 170 LSAT, 86.5 CGPA confirmed by UBC Admissions Office), which I'm really excited about. I was wondering if anyone might be able to offer any insight as to whether I'd have a shot at any merit scholarships? Finances are a bit of a concern for me, so as much as I'd love to go to UBC, I might choose UVic if I got offered scholarship money from them but not from UBC. Thanks in advance for any insight you could offer. Just trying to gauge my chances here!
  13. Hi everyone! Just wondering, will UBC accept students in their final year of undergrad during the December round, or do they always wait until first semester grades are available? Thanks!
  14. I submitted Sept 22 I think. 170 LSAT, GPA 3.99/4.3 without drops.
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