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2 hours ago, FITONE said:

Jayhawk34... congratulations.... will you be accepting? Did you interview? 

Thank you! No, I didn’t do an interview.... and I am unsure if I will accept. I have some serious thinking to do! The deadline given to me is June 22.

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I got my acceptance email yesterday! My application was finalized Feb. 28. I did not have an interview. 

160 LSAT

L2 4.1 

MA, nice LOR's, regular EC's.

Excited!

 

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Have declines been sent out at all at this point or do they just do one large batch at the end? Anyone know? 

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I was accepted on April 5th.

LSAT=156

GPA=4.19/4.33 (most recent 2 years)

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Accepted this morning via e-mail from Rose! Was interviewed on Friday over the phone, which I think went really well.

GPA: 3.1-2 ish

LSAT: 166

Pretty good EC/LOR, etc. 

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I got an acceptance e-mail this morning from Rose. I was also interviewed on Friday over the phone.

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Posted (edited)

Accepted yesterday, also had interview last Fri.

Cgpa: 3.3/4, l2: 3.75/4

Lsat: 165

ECs average, minimal work experience.

Deadline to accept is july 6

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interviewed, accepted this past Monday. Will likely accept after informing the other school I accepted to. LSAT 163 GPA 3.6

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