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2 minutes ago, BayStreetOrBust said:

Wow that is definitely worth starting a topic (on this forum) on its own. 

 

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Accepted (from the waitlist)!

3.03/3.15 L2

166 LSAT

Born and raised in Northern Ontario

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17 hours ago, YemenJemen said:

Accepted (from the waitlist)!

3.03/3.15 L2

166 LSAT

Born and raised in Northern Ontario

Hey! Congratulations on your acceptance!!!! 

Did you receive an email confirming you were put on a waitlist before acceptance? 

I have not heard anything from them and I am starting to worry a bit! 

Thank you! 

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12 hours ago, goals101 said:

Hey! Congratulations on your acceptance!!!! 

Did you receive an email confirming you were put on a waitlist before acceptance? 

I have not heard anything from them and I am starting to worry a bit! 

Thank you! 

Hello! Yes, I was put on the waitlist a couple of months ago and they emailed me about it. I recommend calling the admissions office in your situation though.

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Hi all,

For anyone who has recently received an offer, what is the deadline to accept? (I apologize if it’s been posted and I missed it)

Sincerely,

Girl on the waitlist 

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Hey guys,

Has anyone heard whether or not they will be sending out any more acceptances this cycle other than those on the waitlist? Or even rejections anytime soon considering they review all applications prior to sending out regrets? Just wondering if anyone has already contacted admissions regarding the status of the cycle recently. Thanks in advance! 

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Got an offer in January, but declined.

Stats for the number-crunchers: 3.56/167
 

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Hello everyone ! I'm a Lakehead Alum and know of a great place for rent this coming September ! It's a two bedroom two bathroom (one ensuite) apartment in Waverley Towers which is directly across the street from the law school. It's a secure apartment building. There's laundry in the building, a gym, sauna, pool. Rent is $1,000 per person everything included except internet. 10 month lease. A second year male is already going to be living there just looking for a roommate! Message me for details - [email protected] - congrats to everyone who got accepted!! 

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