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Just saw yesterday that my application online said "Not Accepted". Stats are 156 LSAT and probably around 3.7 GPA with drops. They did not wait for my April grades. Not upset nor suprised!

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rejected 3.75  161

 

Holy moley, those are good marks. Were you from the Atlantic region or no? If you don't mind me asking.

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rejected 3.75 161

Sorry to hear that. How did you find out?

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found out on the site. and yes I am from the Atlantic. Also 2nd cycle applying!

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found out on the site. and yes I am from the Atlantic. Also 2nd cycle applying!

Gholi, so sorry to hear that! Your stars seem great! When did you apply? Did you apply in regular category?

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I applied in November and as special/mature applicant, they didn't even wait to get my April grades which would have brought my average way higher. 
I was really counting on UNB. :/

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I was rejected too on Monday. LSAT 159, GPa- have no idea since I have got my degree outside North America - but I had a very good grades, plus MA degree. Applied mature.

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rejected a few days ago...checked my online account and it said "not accepted" 


Stats

156 LSAT

cgp 3.48

L2gpa 3.71

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Rejected as well. Status changed today online.

 

Cgpa 3.2

Lsat 159

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Two rejections in one day.. damn! Rejected today also. Status changed online.

 

3.5 (w/drops)

 

159 (highest)

 

Ontario Resident.

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Received the letter on Monday. 

160, 3.6.

 

Ontario Resident

3 Strong LORs, quality EC's and lots of work experience.

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Received the letter on Monday. 

160, 3.6.

 

Ontario Resident

3 Strong LORs, quality EC's and lots of work experience.

 

Sorry to hear that. Did your online account update too?

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I gotta say, UNB's rejection letters/online status changes are going too slowly. On the one hand, they said the class is almost full and on the other hand, the rest of us are "not reviewed". Not to say "not reviewed" is worse than rejected, but I do hope they would send out rejection letters to the applicants on the bottom half of the "waitlist" instead of giving people false hope.

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Rejected today. Wasn't going to go anyway but it still stings.

 

cGPA: 80%, LSAT 159.

Sorry to hear that. Did they email you to tell you?

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Rejected on the 5th.  Stats are as follows: 

 

adjusted GPA: 3.7

LSAT: 158

EC's: Master's degree, 4 years of work experience, multilingual and some volunteer experience

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