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I just received the waitlist email. Will be removing myself from the list but it's nice to have a response after the long wait. 

CGPA: 3.19, L2: 3.4

Highest LSAT 158

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I was just waitlisted as well. I will be placing myself on it for sure. I’m happy it’s not a rejection. TRU is my last hope for this year. Here’s hoping I hear a good response soon 🤞🏽! 

LSAT 151 

CGPA: 3.24 

L2: 3.7

Not sure what my l3 is but probably 3.5~

Strong ECs and 3 LORs (2 academic 1 community). 

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Yup, waitlisted as well. LSAT 150, CGPA 3.3. L2: 3.5. Masters degree in Education. Strong ECs and LORs.

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Also waitlisted and I'll be staying on

 

LSAT 150 

L3: 3.6/4.33

L2: 3.7-3.8/4.33 (somewhere in there)

CGPA: 3.39/4.33

M.Ed in progress with a 4.0 so far (only 1 class in)

Published a paper in my undergrad,

Strong LOR from my employer, and another LOR from the chair of the business school I went to ( I also co-authored the paper with him).

 

Pretty stoked that it's not a rejection as well - good luck to everyone! Fingers crossed for the next few weeks!

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Also waitlisted. Will be staying on. 

LSAT= 155 

Cgpa: 3.45 

Goodluck to everyone. 

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Waitlisted as well.

L3- 3.6-3.7. I applied discretionary and just finished up my undergrad.

Does anyone know how many people are placed on the waitlist and if we are given our rankings?

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2 minutes ago, applesandoranges said:

Waitlisted as well.

L3- 3.6-3.7. I applied discretionary and just finished up my undergrad.

Does anyone know how many people are placed on the waitlist and if we are given our rankings?

Yeah- the email says approx. 100 on the list, and they will be sorting it at the end of the week and will let us know where we are on the waitlist once it's sorted. (I seriously wish all schools would do this!)

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1 minute ago, WindsorHopeful said:

Yeah- the email says approx. 100 on the list, and they will be sorting it at the end of the week and will let us know where we are on the waitlist once it's sorted. (I seriously wish all schools would do this!)

 

I should put detail to attention on my application lol clearly did not read that. I hope they get to us by the end of next week, but knowing there is only one admissions officer does not increase my hope that will happen.

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Waitlisted as well.

LSAT: 153, GPA: 3.42 (OLSAS)

Mediocre references, ECs, solid work experience and decent PS.

Happy to wake up to the email this morning. My 0% chance has just turned into a ~10% chance haha!

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Placed on the waitlist this morning. 

cGPA: 3.67

LSAT: 156 

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Placed on the waitlist this morning. 

cGPA: 3.6

LSAT: 160 

 

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Waitlisted today as well,

LSAT 154

GPA 3.43

Good LOR’’s in my opinion, probably below average EC’s just work experience not related to law. 

Accepted my spot on waitlist as TRU is my first choice. 

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Wow I really didn’t think I’ll even have the slightest chance this round so I’m defiantly accepting the waitlist! 

150 

cGPA: 3.38

L90: around 3.75 

Great LOR in my opinion. Average ECs.

Special Circumstance

Does anyone know what the size of the incoming class is? 

 

 

 

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Waitlisted around 9:25 am 

L90: 3.9
LSAT: 147 

Average EC's and pretty good LORS I would say

I feel privileged to even be on the wait list with my lsat score...only motivates me to keep on going:D

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waitlisted today

 cGPA: 3.1

L90: 3.36

LSAT: 153, 160 

BComm and BA,  worked part-time all 5 years, exec for business and pre-law clubs, volunteering here and abroad - overall strong ECs, PS, and LORs imo

fingers crossed & good luck to everyone! 

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Hi all,

 

I just got off the phone with Leanne in admissions and she said they’re going to try to get the update out by tomorrow (the one they mentioned in the waitlist email). Hopefully this eases a bit of the anxiety for some of you!

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She said she's working on putting the email together right now, and the goal is to have it out by tomorrow.

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