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  1. Was accepted last week LSAT: 171 GPA: 3.2 ish Zero Sask Connection, I will be declining. Best of luck to everyone still waiting! You've got this
  2. Waitlisted a week or two ago. Not surprised at all with my gpa! LSAT: 171 L2: 3.2-ish/4.0 EC's: Pretty average, applied straight out of undergrad. Good luck to everyone waiting!!
  3. Yes they will!! I'm pretty sure it says that for everyone in fourth year.
  4. I don't know a lot about UNB or the transferability from it to gov't jobs, or work in other provinces so I can't comment on that. However, I wouldn't lose hope yet about the other schools. I know it feels late in the cycle, but I think that there are still acceptances to go out in march and after the deadline to accept offers ends. I think its still slightly early to be thinking that its either take UNB or reapply, especially when you haven't heard from other schools!
  5. To add the above - the winter 2020 semester counts as credits, but courses from that semester don't change your GPA. So if winter 2020 is included in your last 60 courses, the credits would count as part of the 60 but it wouldn't be counted as the 3.9 GPA that you got in fall 2019. Not sure if that makes sense. If you took 5 classes each semester (with each class being worth 3 credits), and will continue to take 5 each semester I think that they'd look at: Winter 2020 - 5 classes (15 Credits) GPA doesn't count for this semester Fall 2020 - 5 Classes (15 Credits) Winter 2021 - 5 Classes (15 Credits) Fall 2021 - 5 Classes (15 Credits) That being said, they might consider your first ever semester because you'd be a third year, or might do a conditional acceptance contingent on your winter 2022 grades, I'm not sure how U of A works with third years. This is something that I'd probably confirm with admissions, but the above is just my best guess. If anyone else has more specific knowledge please supplement this
  6. I'd guess that they'd get the scores from LSAC as well so would probably use that in your index calculation if you didn't include percentiles I really wouldn't worry about it!! Good luck!
  7. Hi guys, another data point for you all. My status got switched to 'decision pending' from 'application under review' today. 🙃 I'm roughly around a 900 index score (not sure if I calculated my gpa with drops and everything right) for reference. Looks like its going to be a long couple months 🥺
  8. I didn't write the Jan Flex but I'd recommend checking out the PowerScore podcast. They go over each administration and talk about the difficulty of each section that was on the test so that you can better gauge how you did. When I wrote my test I found the podcast more helpful to calm my nerves after as opposed to looking on reddit or other sites I hope it went well for you all !!
  9. How did you find the general culture at sask? Have you had a fun / enjoyable experience?
  10. I'm not an expert, just an applicant myself. I'd say its hard for any of us to say what your chances are without your January LSAT mark. If you do get a 160 I'd guess that your chances are quite good but it might be more tough with a 153. Your GPA is obviously quite excellent but the 153 LSAT is much lower than their average so the higher you get on the Jan LSAT the better. U of C is also quite holistic so its always a little hard to tell I'd recommend posting another thread or update this one once your LSAT comes in to get a better estimate. Also checking past accepted threads to see if anyone with your current LSAT has gotten in in earlier years might help you out a bit as well!! Best of luck, I hope you get in!
  11. I would guess that they'd have to make the decision a couple of months before September (maybe June??? big question marks LOL) , but I think there's a lot of things it would be dependent on that no one can really predict. I swear I saw this question somewhere else on the site but I can't remember which forum it was in. I, like you, am also hoping that classes are in person. Fingers crossed!!!
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