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Just received an email asking if I’d like to be considered for the waitlist. 3.0/4.0, 167, no sask connection

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Me too. 

B2: 3.4/4.3

LSAT: 154
Yukon resident 
Medium/strong SK. connection (I really have no idea how to evaluate my connection).

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Got the same email, stats are in my previous posts. Also waitlisted @ TRU. 

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Received the same email Friday.

B2: 3.6/4.3            LSAT 153

@amsull I am also a Yukon resident - fingers crossed for the both of us!

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Waitlisted this morning.

cGPA: 3.36/4.33 (no B2)

LSAT: 163

Strong (?) Sask connection, who knows.

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Waitlisted this morning also.

B2: 3.36/4

LSAT: 163

Also got into TRU but Sask would be my top choice.

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Waitlisted this morning also.

B2: 3.56/4  (recalculated)

LSAT: 160

Also waitlisted at TRU and UofC

I am losing my sanity a little

 

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Waitlisted this morning. Got in off the waitlist at U of M but still holding out for U of S or U of A.

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Waitlisted today.

cGPA 3.17, L2/B2 3.7, LSAT 154

Masters degree

Also waitlisted at Windsor and TRU

ugh.

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Waitlist email today.  No sask connection. Will likely be removing myself from consideration, but will sleep on it. 

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Got the waitlist consideration a few minutes ago. Already accepted to TRU, waitlisted at U of M. Waiting to hear from U of A and UNB. Hoping for a cheaper, closer to home alternative as opposed to TRU so keeping my fingers crossed to get accepted off this waitlist. One step closer - congrats guys, its better than a no :)

 

LSAT 152

GPA 3.9/4 for the last 20 and cumulative. If not exactly 3.9 for both they are very close to being the same. 

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Posted (edited)

waitlisted yesterday

B2: 3.4-3.5/4.0

LSAT: 153, 160

minor sask connection, AB resident

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2 hours ago, PassThatBar said:

Those are my last two. I think it’s my B2 as well. 

may I ask what you got on your first two LSATS? you have very similar stats to mine that is why I am being nosy :)

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FIrst one was horrible, 148 (should have cancelled it), second was 153. Mind sharing your stats? 

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Officially waitlisted. Received the confirmation 10 minutes ago

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