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I think we can safely assume no one here has been admitted yet, otherwise there'd be a thread for it. I'll pin this one as a placeholder but for the sake of keeping this post clean, please don't respond unless you got an offer.

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Also got the email! 

cGPA 3.55 / 4

B2 3.84 / 4

LSAT 155 163

Will be declining in favour of an Ontario school. Hope this helps someone else! Good luck. 

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Congrats! 

Got the email on Tuesday as well. 

LSAT 164

L2 3.8 CGPA 3.4(ish) / 4.0 

Holding out for other offers, but it's a relief to hear back so soon. I thought I'd be waiting until January at least. 

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Yay, acceptance!

1. Overall GPA: 4.19/4.3

2. LSATs: 158, 160

3. Average ECs

4. Ontario resident with no Saskatchewan connection.

As much as I would like to study Agricultural Law (I recall seeing such a class in the past on the Law Courses website) in the beautiful breadbasket of our Dominion, I fear the scourging sun of Prairie summers would be too much to bear. Hence, I will most likely decline this in favour of my UNB acceptance. Best of luck everyone!

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Hey anybody know when the acceptances for people who wrote the feb lsat get sent out?

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18 hours ago, Kidlaw said:

Hey anybody know when the acceptances for people who wrote the feb lsat get sent out?

Feb LSAT will probably be released somewhere between February 28th - March 3rd (based on the Dec LSAT being released after 20 days, as well as LSAC giving an estimated release date of March 3rd).  

And assuming this year is similar to previous years, they will probably start a huge wave of acceptances as soon as those scores available - so I would say sometime in first week of March.

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On 12/13/2017 at 6:48 PM, 30something said:

Received a conditional acceptance today (currently a second year student). LSAT 159 and 90% average. 

Hello what was your conditions ?? just wondering if they are the same as mine ??

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11 hours ago, brooke16 said:

Hello what was your conditions ?? just wondering if they are the same as mine ??

"...completion of your current academic year to the satisfaction of the Committee." 

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On 2018-02-15 at 7:55 AM, 30something said:

"...completion of your current academic year to the satisfaction of the Committee." 

Hey I was just wondering what lsat did you write?

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How much does cost the LSAT, and if you are 3rd year civil law student can you pass it ? thanks guys

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