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27 minutes ago, Hopefullawapplicant said:

went into queue sometime this morning, that rejection is coming along shortly :) 

that does not sound like a hopeful law applicant. :|

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9 minutes ago, jklee1987 said:

that does not sound like a hopeful law applicant. :|

haha the hope has died down, the irony is funny

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17 hours ago, Hopefullawapplicant said:

haha the hope has died down, the irony is funny

Yeah, I went into queue last week, and i'm pretty much expecting the same. 

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1 hour ago, Hopefullawapplicant said:

Does anyone know how long after going into queue we can expect to hear back? Appreciate any info ! 

From what I've understood by following the acceptance threads, i'd say there's really no definitive answer to your question. I've been in queue since January 2nd and know multiple applicants who have been in queue since November. Guess we just have to be patient...

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6 hours ago, Hopefullawapplicant said:

Does anyone know how long after going into queue we can expect to hear back? Appreciate any info ! 

Been in queue since the first week of November. Trust me there's no way of knowing for sure

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Just realized osgoode accepts March lsat as well, which is on the 30th... so more acceptances in April hopefully !!!!!

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On 3/23/2019 at 11:51 PM, NavAcid said:

Been in queue since the first week of November. Trust me there's no way of knowing for sure

I honestly don't get it. Yes, they've received well over 2000 applications to read and obviously whittling it down to ~200 is tough. But if you've been in queue since November (and so have I), and your application was 100% complete, what could possibly be taking so long? The last time I went four-five months without a response from York was when they went on strike last year. 

Forgive my impatience, I'm just annoyed with York - and Osgoode by association. 

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36 minutes ago, JJBittenbinder said:

I honestly don't get it. Yes, they've received well over 2000 applications to read and obviously whittling it down to ~200 is tough. But if you've been in queue since November (and so have I), and your application was 100% complete, what could possibly be taking so long? The last time I went four-five months without a response from York was when they went on strike last year. 

Forgive my impatience, I'm just annoyed with York - and Osgoode by association. 

Oh I'm annoyed too

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went into queue March 15th, didn't even notice until today. Provisionally accepted elsewhere, however still genuinely interested in Osgoode because it's close to home. Good luck to everyone! Sending positive vibes.

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On 4/4/2019 at 12:56 AM, NavAcid said:

Oh I'm annoyed too

This is some foolishry. I thought Osgoode was better then this. I thought they were bae, turns out they're just fam 😂

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Is it safe to say that if my application is still in queue then it's likely to be a rejection?

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48 minutes ago, LawHopeful6 said:

Is it safe to say that if my application is still in queue then it's likely to be a rejection?

Nope. I went straight from in queue to being accepted last week. 

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In queue since November 13th (day my application was received). 

3.61 cGPA (OLSAS)

3.80B2

165 LSAT 

So much stress, so few answers. ☹️

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In queue since March 8

Had to pay a seat deposit for another school while waiting for Osgoode :(

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Didn't get in to Osgoode. They messaged me on Friday. Luckily, I had acceptances to Calgary, Ottawa and Windsor. I already paid my deposit to Calgary and that's where I'm headed.

Surprisingly wasn't too cut up about them saying no. 

I don't need Osgoode, Osgoode needs me 😂

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46 minutes ago, JJBittenbinder said:

Osgoode needs me 😂

Actually another thread needs you.

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14 hours ago, JJBittenbinder said:

Didn't get in to Osgoode. They messaged me on Friday. Luckily, I had acceptances to Calgary, Ottawa and Windsor. I already paid my deposit to Calgary and that's where I'm headed.

Surprisingly wasn't too cut up about them saying no. 

I don't need Osgoode, Osgoode needs me 😂

Welcome to cowtown, don’t get too excited 

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