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Accepted to Osgoode 2019

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Accepted this morning! Went into the queue in early March.

LSAT - 161 cGPA - 3.45  L2 - 3.72 

Filled out Part B

Strong EC's & excellent LOR's

Still not showing up on OLSAS but I will definitely be accepting.

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17 hours ago, thedraper said:

I have not received my offer in the mail yet or on OLSAS, so not sure about the new acceptance deadline. I'll let you know once I know!

The offer was up for me this AM 

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accepted 04/30

lsat: 151

cGPA: 3.98

L2: 4.0

EC's: no

LOR's: truthful

personal essay: work experience. fast food manager for 3 years after PhD

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20 hours ago, student0033 said:

accepted 04/30

lsat: 151

cGPA: 3.98

L2: 4.0

EC's: no

LOR's: truthful

personal essay: work experience. fast food manager for 3 years after PhD

Did you receive an email or update on the web with no email? 

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On 5/9/2019 at 8:35 PM, Alexandrajmathieu said:

Did you receive an email or update on the web with no email? 

 

On 5/8/2019 at 11:47 PM, student0033 said:

accepted 04/30

lsat: 151

cGPA: 3.98

L2: 4.0

EC's: no

LOR's: truthful

personal essay: work experience. fast food manager for 3 years after PhD

Same question! Did you receive an email with no update?

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1 hour ago, Beans2018 said:

Accepted from the waitlist. Received an email.

Stats? Just curious because I'm on the waitlist too. Thanks.

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Accepted this morning'

 

3.65 cgpa, 3.7 B2 170

 

Still deciding between Oz and Queens!

 

Good luck to all!

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Still in total shock, I’ve dreamed about going to Osgoode since high school! 

Accepted this morning straight from queue via OASIS, went in queue February 27th

cGPA: 3.52

LSAT: 144/146/156

ECs: volunteer, work experience, two publications 

 

I’ve checked this forum and OASIS daily for two application cycles and my dreams finally came true, don’t give up and stay positive!! :) 

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3 hours ago, criss990 said:

Accepted this morning'

 

Congratulations! It's been so tough hanging on for so long and checking the status every day....errr hour...

How were you notified of the acceptance? Email or OASIS?

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5 hours ago, Danny257 said:

Still in total shock, I’ve dreamed about going to Osgoode since high school! 

Accepted this morning straight from queue via OASIS, went in queue February 27th

cGPA: 3.52

LSAT: 144/146/156

ECs: volunteer, work experience, two publications 

 

I’ve checked this forum and OASIS daily for two application cycles and my dreams finally came true, don’t give up and stay positive!! :) 

Danny you deserve this! Seeing you on this forum last year, this is a well deserved acceptance. Great job! 

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17 hours ago, lindsn said:

Danny you deserve this! Seeing you on this forum last year, this is a well deserved acceptance. Great job! 

Thank you so much :) I know your time is coming!

19 hours ago, Lawgineer said:

 

Congratulations! It's been so tough hanging on for so long and checking the status every day....errr hour...

How were you notified of the acceptance? Email or OASIS?

Oh trust me, I totally understand! Every hour at work I would check the forums and would wake up at 5:30am for the 3 hour time difference to check the status

I was emailed and notified on OASIS

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Accepted yesterday. Was a little surprised given my stats aren't nearly as high as others but I do have an MA and applicable work experience.

LSAT: 160 
cGPA: 3.52 (have one semester of international marks so not sure how that was factored in)

Masters degree (not factored into the cGPA but received all As throughout)

Strong reference letters and ECs.
 

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I was accepted yesterday (although OASIS says May 13th) and I have until May 28th to decide. I had an interview at Osgoode on May 1st. I got a 157 on the LSAT, my OLSAS calculated CGPA was 3.29, and I filled out Part B for special circumstances. 

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On 5/14/2019 at 2:00 PM, Lawgineer said:

 

Congratulations! It's been so tough hanging on for so long and checking the status every day....errr hour...

How were you notified of the acceptance? Email or OASIS?

Email, then i checked oasis and it was there

 

No clue which one came first though!

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Accepted from the waitlist!

cGPA: 3.72 (Winter grades not submitted yet)

LSAT: 158, 162

All of my softs were... good? I find those hard to judge.

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29 minutes ago, Tytee said:

Accepted from the waitlist!

cGPA: 3.72 (Winter grades not submitted yet)

LSAT: 158, 162

All of my softs were... good? I find those hard to judge.

Congrats ! Would you mind letting us know when you were put on the waitlist? Thanks so much :)

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