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15 minutes ago, bonjourmlle said:

This is probably a silly question, but if I have provisionally accepted elsewhere and I press "accept" on the Western Student Centre waitlist offer, does that remove my provisional acceptance?

Just called them and they confirmed that accepting/rejecting their waitlist offer is for their knowledge only and has nothing to do with any other schools\any offers from anywhere else.

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24 minutes ago, terra said:

I'm neurotically wondering the same thing. I'm assuming accepting Western's waitlist offer has nothing to do with the other schools and is just for their internal waitlist organization. But I didn't bother calling to (neurotically) confirm this and just accepted the offer.

Can you let me know if it affected your provisional accept on OLSAS? Thank you! I'm so glad someone else also has this paranoid thought lol 

**Just saw the other post. Thanks so much for calling!! 

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Put on the wait list April 27th.

CGPA: 3.56 L2: 3.88.

LSAT: September 157 / December 157.

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Taking myself off the waitlist. Good luck to all. 

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Waitlisted yesterday as well, 3.66 cGPA, 3.84 L2 and 156 LSAT (best).

Just to confirm, if we provisionally accepted another offer and we accept a spot on this waitlist it doesn't invalidate our provisional acceptance, right?

 

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7 minutes ago, TipTopMop said:

Waitlisted yesterday as well, 3.66 cGPA, 3.84 L2 and 156 LSAT (best).

Just to confirm, if we provisionally accepted another offer and we accept a spot on this waitlist it doesn't invalidate our provisional acceptance, right?

 

yep, I called OLSAS yesterday and they informed me waitlist spots have no bearing on other applications

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Waitlisted on Friday !

LSAT - 160

cGPA - 3.38

L2 - 3.66

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Waitlisted Apr 27.

cGPA 3.29

LSAT 165

(I declined it though)

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Declined my offer in favor of Dalhousie today so a spot should open up. Best of luck to all 

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Got the email today.

3.08/3.6/163

 

I've already provisionally accepted Windsor but would pick Western > Windsor. Does anyone know what happens to my provisional acceptance if I accept the Western waitlist?

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Declined my offer from Western - hope the spot goes to someone here :)

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34 minutes ago, Maldrekth said:

Got the email today.

3.08/3.6/163

 

I've already provisionally accepted Windsor but would pick Western > Windsor. Does anyone know what happens to my provisional acceptance if I accept the Western waitlist?

If will remain provisional. The Western waitlist won’t effect any other offers

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Waitlisted OLSAS GPA 2.8

LSAT 161

Special Consideration Applicant

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I checked and I have been waitlisted from the deferred decision, 3.32 GPA, 158 LSAT, Access. No email just a status change, so it may have been over the last 2-3 days

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I have been placed on the waiting list. 

LSAT 156 

cgpa: 3.84 

Biomedical science student with lots of volunteer and research experience! General category. 

Good luck everyone! 

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