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  1. You have a great LSAT score. Hopefully you will get in. Do you know your GPA on the UNB scale (with drops)?
  2. Congrats. Do you mind sharing your waitlist number?
  3. I emailed them and they said that they are still in the process of making offers. They also told me that waitlist will be made in May and any ineligible applicants will also be rejected in May as well.
  4. Not what I wanted to hear with my 241.6 index lol. Anyways, is the wave really coming tomorrow? If so, best of luck to everyone.
  5. Would it be worth it to apply with a 3.93/4.3 and 155 LSAT as a non maritime applicant with no connections to NB? Thanks in advance!
  6. No worries. I don't mid at all. Yeah that is what I think as well. I looked at the sheet with the index scores of accepted applicants and there were quite a few with scores lower than me but you are spot on that it is borderline. But, I honestly thought I would do worse on LSAT lol as I barely studied for it for 20 days lol.
  7. Thank you both for your prompt replies. This turned out to be more complicated than I thought lol.
  8. Does U of A round the GPA to one decimal places? I am asking because in the class profile, they only report it to one decimal place. Would a 3.847 be rounded up to 3.9? Thanks.
  9. Hey all, Hope you are all safe and healthy. I am sorry for posting another chances post. But, I was wondering if my stats give me a chance at U of S given that I don't have any Saskatchewan connection. I am new to the entire process and I don't know if there is some sort of index formula that is apparently used at some other universities. Thank you in advance.
  10. What do you guys think about the index score of 241.625?
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