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Hey all! 

My status changed to offer this morning!

GPA: 3.92 (after drops)

LSAT: 164

 

Good luck to everyone else!

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Post for my wife, her status changed to "Offer" too this morning.

LSAT: 167 (Oct), N/A(schedule to take Dec)

GPA:  ~89/100 after drop (UG out side of Canada, no idea what % will UBC converted to)

Index: probably ~93, depend on how GPA calculated

Application Done on Oct 12.

Good luck to everyone!

 

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44 minutes ago, crh20 said:

Hey all! 

My status changed to offer this morning!

GPA: 3.92 (after drops)

LSAT: 164

 

Good luck to everyone else!

When did you apply if you don't mind me asking?

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11 minutes ago, eom818 said:

When did you apply if you don't mind me asking?

I submitted mine as soon as it opened, so like mid September I think.

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3 minutes ago, crh20 said:

I submitted mine as soon as it opened, so like mid September I think.

Do you know what your index score is? Congrats!! :) 

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My status changed to offer this morning! 

CGPA: 3.83 (after drops) / 4.33

LSAT: 170 

 

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Offer extended! cGPA: 85% without drops.  LSAT: 166.  Application submitted mid-October.

 

I am so thrilled! :) 

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Status: Offer, as of today. Self-calculated GPA with drops: 86.61%. LSAT: 169. Applied October 18th. Best of luck to everyone else!

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4 hours ago, crh20 said:

Hey all! 

My status changed to offer this morning!

GPA: 3.92 (after drops)

LSAT: 164

 

Good luck to everyone else!

Have you received an email? 

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5 minutes ago, illyria281 said:

OMG MY STATUS SAYS OFFER DOES THAT MEAN I’M IN? I haven’t received an email. Sorry I’m freaking out a bit! 

I haven't received any email yet, no worries, usually the email arrives few days later.

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Just checked my application and status changed to OFFER also! I probably won't be accepting, but hopefully this will serve as a useful data point for prospective students!

 

GPA: 3.68

GPA (with drops): 3.84

LSAT: 158, 167

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15 minutes ago, MUTOTOMU55 said:

I haven't received any email yet, no worries, usually the email arrives few days later.

Thanks so much for the info, I'm just so excited and freaking out a LOT. Congrats!!!!! 

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Oh also my stats: 

cGPA (self calculated according to OLSAS guidelines) 3.96/4.0

GPA with drops 3.98/4.0

LSAT 160

This was my reach school and I'm pleasantly surprised to have heard so soon. 

Congratulations everyone!

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