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General applicant, decent extracurriculars, science undergrad, MSc (4.0/4.0), strong LORs
Also applied to Ottawa, Osgoode, Western, and UofT
Not sure which GPA is most useful: B3/L3 3.75, B2 3.83, L2, 3.77

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In. I was accepted on the first day with a 3.61 and a 163. 

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I'm little surprised your not in already tbh especially considering the msc above median lsats etc I def think  you'l be seeing an acceptance real soon😁

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On 3/8/2018 at 9:15 AM, Nabbo said:

In. I was accepted on the first day with a 3.61 and a 163. 

Is that your L2? 

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