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I remember seeing the formula that calculated the "auto-admit" value on this site. 

GPA x 22.5 + LSAT score

If your value is above 242, then you will be admitted.

Based on the newest applicant profile that was just released, it looks like the new auto-admit number is between 237 and 239. Can anyone help me confirm this? Let's discuss.

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Yeah, above or around 242 (this is not a number confirmed by U of A that I’ve ever seen), they automatically admit you in dec/Jan/feb once your application is complete. And then once they see how many of those people accepted, they start offering to the 241 and 240, etc. They still consider those regular applicants so that’s why they’re on the chart. 

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Is this actually true and proven to be used by Alberta Admissions? How do people know about this? It's giving me hope lol! 

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