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Received word from Doreen about the wait list; have until noon June 8th to request a place. Good luck to all those still holding out for U of S.

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"Request a place" as in request a place to be reserved for you on the wait list. It looks as though the U of S doesn't place applicants on their wait list automatically. One has to ask admissions to be considered for a place on the wait list. One would go about requesting a place on the wait list by replying to the email from Doreen in the admissions office that asks if you would like to be considered for the wait list. Presumably admissions asks to gauge how many applicants are still interested. At this point enough applicants have been accepted elsewhere, and, as such, putting together a wait list of applicants who intend to attend another program would be an unnecessary hassle for the admissions office.

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I received this email yesterday as well.

 

B2 = 3.30

LSAT = 163

That's quite the LSAT did you have a Sask connection? Edited by Uglyduck

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B2: 3.4

LSAT: 164

You're waitlisted at UofA right? Hope you get into one of the 2

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You're waitlisted at UofA right? Hope you get into one of the 2

Thanks! Also accepted at U of M, and interviewing with Dal in Calgary. 

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Just received the wait list email from Doreen. I replied to say I wish to be considered.

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Just received the wait list email from Doreen. I replied to say I wish to be considered.

I received the same one as well, is there still a chance of being outright accepted ??

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I also just received my waitlist email. Hope I can get through! If not I still have Dal who hasn't gotten back to me but that doesn't seem so likely. 

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Got the waitlist email. B2 3.48, LSAT 159

 

U of S is my number one choice so fingers crossed!

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I got the email too - already in at uofc and that's my first choice so I'm probably just going to tell them to axe me from the list

 

cgpa 3.4

l2 3.6

lsat 162

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Just withdrew myself from wait list consideration. Hope it helps someone who's still waiting on acceptance! 

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I'm pretty confused with the conversion.. my last two are 3.49/4.0 and my cgpa is 3.43/4.0 so what would that be ? L281/82? And my LSAT is 157. Fingers crossed, does anyone know if it matters where you did your undergrad?

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Here's hoping we all get in! 

 

I received the same one as well, is there still a chance of being outright accepted ??

 

I would say it depends on what order we are placed in the wait list, and on whether others who have an admission offer decide to decline.

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Received the wait list email yesterday. I have requested that I be considered for the list.

 

B2: 3.45

LSAT: 158

 

Decent softs: Masters degree, varsity athlete, volunteer experience.....weak Sask connection though.

 

Accepted at Windsor but SASK is my number 1 so here's hoping. 

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