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Do you guys think the spots are all filled up already? If not, how many spots do you think are left?

At this point of the cycle, I’m expecting a rejection. I just want a response from Osgoode before I’m set on another school. :(

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6 minutes ago, TryingToGetAccepted said:

Do you guys think the spots are all filled up already? If not, how many spots do you think are left?

At this point of the cycle, I’m expecting a rejection. I just want a response from Osgoode before I’m set on another school. :(

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You could send Vicky an email and ask... ive done in the past. But im sure spots are or will become available just going by past year postings on here

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The Osgoode class of 2021 Facebook group has 181 members in it at present.  Probably doesn't encompass all accepted applicants, but includes a few upper year administrators as well.  Hope that helps and good luck!

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The second wave is over 

Any new spot from now on are from those who decline their offer from second wave or those who changed their mind after provisionally accepted previously.

 

 

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Here is the reply:

The class is nearly full and further offers will depend on space availability over the next few months.  There are some important dates coming up - June 1 is the tuition deposit deadline, then July 3 is the Provisional to Firm date where those holding a spot provisionally automatically become firm.  In this case, many firm up and many drop off, which may create some spaces.  Nothing is guaranteed as it all depends on those already holding spots.

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13 minutes ago, wallerobert said:

Here is the reply:

The class is nearly full and further offers will depend on space availability over the next few months.  There are some important dates coming up - June 1 is the tuition deposit deadline, then July 3 is the Provisional to Firm date where those holding a spot provisionally automatically become firm.  In this case, many firm up and many drop off, which may create some spaces.  Nothing is guaranteed as it all depends on those already holding spots.

So if we’re on the waitlist, chances are very slim. If you’re not rejected yet, chances are even more slim.

There are at least 16 people waiting.

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Thanks! I guess I have no chance. Good luck to those on the wait list!

Not even sure why I’m still in queue, I was put in queue since January 

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