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1 hour ago, Jw502 said:

Accepted today in the discretionary category! BA from Memorial University, 3.8/4.3, strong personal statement and 2 letters of recommendation, and 10 years of experience with the Canadian Armed Forces. Decision must be made no later than 12 June 

Brooooo that's sick! I'm from MUN too! And the forces. Bravo Zulu!

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On 5/23/2019 at 4:56 PM, Jw502 said:

Accepted today in the discretionary category! BA from Memorial University, 3.8/4.3, strong personal statement and 2 letters of recommendation, and 10 years of experience with the Canadian Armed Forces. Decision must be made no later than 12 June 

Congrats!! Lots of mun alum this year it seems 

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Accepted today by email.

GPA after drops: ~ 3.5

LSAT: 164

Will be declining in favour of Dal or Ottawa.

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On 5/23/2019 at 5:03 PM, huskybins said:

Congrats!Do u mind share your LSAT score?

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On 7/5/2019 at 4:34 PM, Liv96 said:

Has anyone heard anything thus far in July? 

A girl in the Facebook group just said she was accepted a few days ago! Also Wanda said in an email yesterday that she’s just getting back from being off work with a knee injury! Good luck! 

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On 7/5/2019 at 3:04 PM, Liv96 said:

Has anyone heard anything thus far in July? 

I received my acceptance yesterday and I was not waitlisted previously 

LSAT 159 L2: 3.62 CGPA: 3.19. Special circumstances 

Hope this helps :)

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Accepted today off the waitlist.

Self calculated GPA with drops = 3.5ish/4.3, LSAT 160, strong regional connection.

Shell shocked as I didn't think I would get in this year. 

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56 minutes ago, phop said:

Accepted today off the waitlist.

Self calculated GPA with drops = 3.5ish/4.3, LSAT 160, strong regional connection.

Shell shocked as I didn't think I would get in this year. 

Congrats! Do you know which waitlist you were on (NB, NS, PEI, NL or non-Atlantic)?

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No idea, honestly. I applied from out of province but was born and raised in NB, if that helps.

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Accepted this morning.  LSAT:154 GPA:~3.86

I was put on the waitlist on Monday so I'm a little surprised it happened so fast but not complaining 

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4 minutes ago, Class2k22 said:

Accepted this morning.  LSAT:154 GPA:~3.86

I was put on the waitlist on Monday so I'm a little surprised it happened so fast but not complaining 

 

5 hours ago, AtlanticOcean said:

Congrats! Do you know which waitlist you were on (NB, NS, PEI, NL or non-Atlantic)?

 

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2 minutes ago, AtlanticOcean said:

 

 

I’m applying from Alberta but I’m not sure if doing my undergrad in Nova Scotia (Acadia) counts for anything

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23 hours ago, phop said:

Accepted today off the waitlist.

Self calculated GPA with drops = 3.5ish/4.3, LSAT 160, strong regional connection.

Shell shocked as I didn't think I would get in this year. 

Congratulations!

And my prediction was right :)

When were you put into the waitlist if you don't mind?

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Accepted off the waitlist this morning.

LSAT 162.

GPA with drops is around 3.5ish I believe?

I've had a pretty big time gap since undergrad so I have work/other experience as well.

I'm from Vancouver so I'm scrambling to figure out how to get across the country in less than a month, haha. Haven't formally confirmed enrollment, but will be doing that tomorrow.

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Just got accepted off the waitlist, but will be declining. 3 weeks notice is not enough time to make the move all the way from BC! I didn't know my waitlist # so I didn't make any arrangements in advance. Too bad.

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