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3 hours ago, TryingToGetAccepted said:

Rejected.

cGPA 3.83

LSAT 159

 

I thought that I would at least have a chance on the waitlist. :(

You were recently added to the waitlist and recently rejected from it? Just to clarify. 

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6 hours ago, WalkWithTheLaw said:

You were recently added to the waitlist and recently rejected from it? Just to clarify. 

Sorry for not being clear. I was never on the waitlist, just got directly rejected from queue.

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On 2018-05-08 at 5:33 PM, TryingToGetAccepted said:

Sorry for not being clear. I was never on the waitlist, just got directly rejected from queue.

Okay thank you for clearing that up. And sorry to hear that, you have a strong cGPA, I'm sure you will get in somewhere if you haven't already. All the best.

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2 hours ago, Sar1122 said:

Just got the email - LSAT: 163, CGPA 3.66

I'm surprised you weren't waitlisted; those are competitive stats. Hopefully, you have offers from other schools with those numbers.

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rejected as well :(

3.66L2, 160

Edit: i think the fact that greater availability of 160s and above may have been a big factor.

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On 5/22/2018 at 8:43 PM, harveyspecter993 said:

I'm surprised you weren't waitlisted; those are competitive stats. Hopefully, you have offers from other schools with those numbers.

That makes two of us! But yeah, in at Western, Queens and Ottawa. Just firmly accepted my Western offer and I'm happy with that!

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