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Mid - March, still not in queue, is this normal? Does anyone know if you can receive a rejection straight away without your status changing to "in queue"? Or, is it always "application received -> In queue -> Accepted/rejected? I am thinking that as long as your application is not in queue that means it has not even been looked at yet, but I may be wrong. Would appreciate any information anyone has on this. 

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Sorry for the above messages! My keyboard was giving me issues. I am also in the same boat.....still not in queue.....any information would be greatly appreciated :)

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6 minutes ago, amytheadvocate said:

Sorry for the above messages! My keyboard was giving me issues. I am also in the same boat.....still not in queue.....any information would be greatly appreciated :)

Stats?

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2 hours ago, amytheadvocate said:

LSAT: 158 (January)

cGPA: 3.85

Probation Officer - 3 years 

Mature applicant 

You will get in.

You're not in queue probably due to January LSAT.

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In queue as of March 8th. Filled out part B.

Question: does being 'in queue' indicate anything other than simply than that my file will be reviewed soon? I see folks responding in this thread as if 'in queue' is indicative of one's acceptance/waitlist. 

Let me know! :)

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3 hours ago, policychick said:

In queue as of March 8th. Filled out part B.

Question: does being 'in queue' indicate anything other than simply than that my file will be reviewed soon? I see folks responding in this thread as if 'in queue' is indicative of one's acceptance/waitlist. 

Let me know! :)

From what I can tell, being in queue just simply means they are reviewing your application or are going to be reviewing it. It provides no indication as to whether or not you will be accepted or waitlisted. 

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1 minute ago, KhalilMack said:

From what I can tell, being in queue just simply means they are reviewing your application or are going to be reviewing it. It provides no indication as to whether or not you will be accepted or waitlisted. 

That is correct.

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In queue since March 5th, 2019. Wrote the Jan LSAT. Fingers crossed. This is my dream school 😣

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