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So I think I got accepted??? My decision box now says: "accepted - deposit required"

Anyway, if I did, here are my stats:

3.48CPGA, 166 LSAT, BC resident

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Same thing happened to my application. I’m a NB resident, 159 LSAT, and I’m unsure of my gpa. Had a few odd semesters and plus summer courses. Couldn’t of been higher than 3.75.

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55 minutes ago, JD2019 said:

Congrats to you both! Did you get an “under review” email?

I had a professor wait until the last possible minute to submit his reference letter, so the email I got had told me that his reference was missing. 

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I've also been accepted. I emailed Rose and she confirmed the online portal was updated last night and emails will be sent Monday. 

LSAT: 164

GPA: unsure but I'd guess somewhere around 3.7

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8 hours ago, 2674314 said:

I've also been accepted. I emailed Rose and she confirmed the online portal was updated last night and emails will be sent Monday. 

LSAT: 164

GPA: unsure but I'd guess somewhere around 3.7

Congrats! are you located in the east as well? 

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Same deal with the accepted part on the application! 

159 lsat 

NS resident.  3.7 cgpa 3.85 L2 

I did not receive an under review email. 

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On 11/15/2018 at 10:03 PM, scheong said:

So I think I got accepted??? My decision box now says: "accepted - deposit required"

Anyway, if I did, here are my stats:

3.48CPGA, 166 LSAT, BC resident

Received the acceptance email from Rose today! 

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I applied and was accepted last year, but deferred in order to do a master's degree this year! 

I got an official acceptance letter in the mail today. Looking forward to joining you guys in 2019!

LSAT: 157, GPA: ~4.2

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On 11/20/2018 at 1:00 PM, throwawaylawschool said:

I applied and was accepted last year, but deferred in order to do a master's degree this year! 

I got an official acceptance letter in the mail today. Looking forward to joining you guys in 2019!

LSAT: 157, GPA: ~4.2

Congratulations!

What is the master program if you don't mind?

It must be a very interesting one.

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Got an acceptance email this morning!

160 LSAT, GPA is 3.6, not sure how high it is over last two

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23 hours ago, thelittlemermaid2015 said:

Congrats!! I have similar stats, so here's to hoping! Where are you located?

Ontario! 

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On 11/23/2018 at 11:59 AM, NeverGiveUp said:

Congratulations!

What is the master program if you don't mind?

It must be a very interesting one.

It's a Master's in Library and Information Studies! I'm very interested in information ethics, privacy, and especially artificial intelligence and technology.

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Received my email this morning!

LSAT: 159, CGPA: 3.8/4.0

I am finishing my undergrad at the University of Toronto, but my permanent address is in Alberta.

Very excited!!

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