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3 hours ago, vballer19 said:

I took the LSAT again in Feb yet my file went into queue on Feb 26th. Since I don't think they could have received my results before March 7th , does that mean that admissions hasn't received (or did not expect to receive) my Feb score? 

I duly made all the necessary updates to OLSAS account so that shouldn't explain the circumstances. 

Anyone been there or otherwise knows why that is? 

I am in a similar situation (1st take in Dec and then retake in Feb), and I have been in queue as of Jan. 24th. Stats: 

cGPA 3.7

LSAT 153 (dec) 162 (feb) 

 

I checked the LSAC website, and it states that my updated score had been sent to all of my schools + OLSAS on March 8th. However, on the OLSAS website it lists my Feb LSAT as a future test date and not the most recent date.  Does it say the same for you ? 

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1 minute ago, whitehat said:

I am in a similar situation (1st take in Dec and then retake in Feb), and I have been in queue as of Jan. 24th. Stats: 

cGPA 3.7

LSAT 153 (dec) 162 (feb) 

 

I checked the LSAC website, and it states that my updated score had been sent to all of my schools + OLSAS on March 8th. However, on the OLSAS website it lists my Feb LSAT as a future test date and not the most recent date.  Does it say the same for you ? 

To confirm if OLSAS has received your LSAT score, go to the "Document tracking" page. It should list your scores there. 

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Just now, Osgood said:

To confirm if OLSAS has received your LSAT score, go to the "Document tracking" page. It should list your scores there. 

It is listed there, but I was wondering if the "most recent test part date" section should have changed by now. I am probably being paranoid though.

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51 minutes ago, whitehat said:

I am in a similar situation (1st take in Dec and then retake in Feb), and I have been in queue as of Jan. 24th. Stats: 

cGPA 3.7

LSAT 153 (dec) 162 (feb) 

 

I checked the LSAC website, and it states that my updated score had been sent to all of my schools + OLSAS on March 8th. However, on the OLSAS website it lists my Feb LSAT as a future test date and not the most recent date.  Does it say the same for you ? 

A very impressive jump in a small amount of time - congratulations. 

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2 hours ago, whitehat said:

I am in a similar situation (1st take in Dec and then retake in Feb), and I have been in queue as of Jan. 24th. Stats: 

cGPA 3.7

LSAT 153 (dec) 162 (feb) 

 

I checked the LSAC website, and it states that my updated score had been sent to all of my schools + OLSAS on March 8th. However, on the OLSAS website it lists my Feb LSAT as a future test date and not the most recent date.  Does it say the same for you ? 

Same deal as you for OLSAS (score is up but the "most recent test" field is still empty). 

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Hopefully this thread will help uncover who is left

Went into queue: Jan 10th

LSAT: 165 (Dec 2017)

cGPA/B3: 3.75

 

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Went into queue on March 9.

OLSAS CGPA: 3.55
L2 (also B2): 3.86
LSAT: 152 (Dec 2017), 161 (Feb 2018)

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Queued Nov 16th, 

3.65/163 (Sept)

I'm going to take the Queen's offer anyways, but I paid, I want to see Oz's judgment of me.

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In queue since Jan 22 I think, olsas cgpa 3.61, l2 3.76, b2 3.86 Dec lsat 160 Feb lsat 162 the wait is truly horrible lol 

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In queue November 30th and then received another update on January 24th indicating that I was still in queue (not sure if this has happened to anyone else?). 

CGPA: 3.88; L2: 3.95; (M.A.: 4.0)

LSAT: 151

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Went in queue on March 8th. 

148, 154 LSAT

cGPA: 84% but is a 3.63 on a 4.0 scale due to a mediocre first year. 

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