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  1. I’m still waiting on Queens too but I did end up getting an offer from Ottawa on Feb. 10th.
  2. It's anyone's guess. This cycle isn't exactly comparable to previously cycles. There have been individuals that have gotten in with stats lower than yours but as you can see there are still a lot of people with stats similar to yours who haven't heard back. Isn't it very difficult to get in from the waitlist? I honestly feel the same way. I've re-read my PS so many times and keep on finding something wrong with it. It's mad seeing applicants with such great stats still waiting. I really hope they all get in!
  3. Queue: Dec. 8th CGPA: 3.6 LSAT: 170 (August) How are you guys feeling? Has anyone else gone into queue very early and haven't heard anything yet?
  4. I’m not trying to pessimistic or anything but nothing really sticks out about my application. My GPA is lower than their 25th percentile, I worked during my undergrad and didn’t have much time for ECs, and my personal statement was good but probably somewhat generic. Plus the stats of those getting waitlisted isn't exactly reassuring. I knew when I applied that it was a reach but I thought I’d still shoot my shot.
  5. I got accepted a couple weeks back. cGPA: ~3.6 LSAT: 170
  6. I haven’t heard anything yet but I’m sure a rejection is imminent in my case. cGPA: ~3.6 B3: 3.6 LSAT: 170
  7. Hi, I have a few questions regarding the admissions process and I was wondering if someone would be able to answer them. How many times is a file evaluated? Say your file was looked at in December but you weren't admitted (only took one LSAT in August), does your file get re-evaluated again or do they reject it right there and then and you find out about the decision sometime in April? When I was applying for Osgoode I was in somewhat of rush and I accidentally labeled my Part B "Equity" PS as "Work and Life Experiences". How big of an impact might that have on the decision? Also what impact will a late submission of corroborating documents have? I have ~3.6 cGPA/B2/B3 and a 170 LSAT. My PS is good, ECs are mediocre (I was working full-time), and my letters of recommendation are stellar. What are my chances of admission at uOttawa, Oz, UofT, and Queens (general category)? I haven't gotten a response from any school yet and as each day passes, my mental health and self esteem take hit. I can't focus on school or anything else for that matter. Does anyone have any advice on how to deal with this stress? Thanks in advance!
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