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Rejected from Queen's 2018

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I suppose I have the pleasure of starting off this thread. Just received the email.

cGPA: 3.63 (84%)

L2/B2: 3.7+

LSAT: 148, 154

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4 minutes ago, SlickRick said:

I suppose I have the pleasure of starting off this thread. Just received the email.

cGPA: 3.63

LSAT: 148, 154

Keep your chin up bro! Raise that LSAT by 5 points and you will get in next year. You have the cGPA, which is, arguably, the hardest part. You can't improve your cGPA but you can most definitely improve your LSAT score. 

 

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1 minute ago, shawniebear said:

Keep your chin up bro! Raise that LSAT by 5 points and you will get in next year. You have the cGPA, which is, arguably, the hardest part. You can't improve your cGPA but you can most definitely improve your LSAT score. 

 

Respect man, I appreciate the encouragement!

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I'm with ya @SlickRick--just received it as well. 

L2/B2: 3.6, LSAT: 147, 153 

Extensive EC's and 5 years of work exp in healthcare/health policy, 2 grad degrees w 4.0 GPAs, one from Queen's. If I don't get in elsewhere I'll be re-writing the LSAT, again. 

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FINALLY a response from a school haha. got my first rejection/response in general.

cgpa: 3.25

l2: sometwhere between 3.5-3.6

LSAT: 153 (wrote once)

good ECs?

not banking on this cycle, already preparing to re-do LSAT! :) 

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Just got the email. 

CGPA: 3.32

B2: 3.6

LSAT:153 

Strong EC's (varsity athlete amongst others) lots of volunteering. Strong PS and references IMO

Was expecting this with low LSAT but nonetheless still disappointed! 

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Me too

cgpa: 3.35

L2/B2: 3.82

158 LSAT

Was kinda expecting an acceptance eventually, but I am a bit happy in a weird way because at least now I won't have to make the choice between Western and Queen's

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On 2018-04-27 at 11:23 AM, SlickRick said:

I suppose I have the pleasure of starting off this thread. Just received the email.

cGPA: 3.63 (84%)

L2/B2: 3.7+

LSAT: 148, 154

Even by just 2. I got in with 3.61, 3.7 and a 156 

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3 hours ago, DJ89 said:

Even by just 2. I got in with 3.61, 3.7 and a 156 

Thank you for the encouragement! 

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Rejected as of today (no official letter yet, but shows on Solus).

GPA: 3.09, LSAT: 153/153, Mature/Access

Not surprised, but relieved to finally get an answer.

 

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Just got my rejection today, no email or letter! I just checked SOLUS.

 

CGPA: 3.06 L2: 3.25 LSAT: 162

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Rejected today, found it on SOLUS

 

CGPA: 3.83 L2: 3.85? LSAT: 155

 

Glad that I finally know where I will be going in September!

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Also rejected today. 3.3 CGPA, 3.6 L2/B2 and 2 164's on the LSAT. In at Windsor and waitlisted at Western. Good luck to everyone still waiting!

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Rejected today, just checked MyQueens. 

cGPA: 3.56 L2: 3.81

LSAT: 150, 155

Great EC's and LOR's 

Bummed but not suprised

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Also unfortunately received a “unsuccessful” response. 3.1 gpa, 156 lsat, around 3.4 l2. Applied access, mature student with social work background. Good volunteer and extracurriculars. First time applicant, but not last time applicant. Good luck to the rest of you!

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Rejected a couple of days ago :(

cgpa 3.45, l2 3.65ish, lsat 161

 

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