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@Coast225 I submitted all aspects of my application except for the LSAT score on November 30th. My January LSAT score was released February 15th, and I was accepted Feb. 25th. 

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I had an LSAT score of 155 (wrote January, score released Feb 15th) and a GPA (on a 4.3 scale) of 3.65 and got in straight out of undergrad (graduating from Dal this spring) . Nova Scotia resident.

Planning on trying to defer one year! (see my other post if you have any experience or knowledge on this) 

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Accepted a week ago!

GPA - 3.6

LSAT - 163 (one write)

4th year undergrad

Alberta resident

Still considering a few schools, but excited to be accepted 

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Accepted today

cgpa: ~3.5, l2 ~3.6-7

lsat: 166

Will probably be declining 

 

 

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Accepted today 

L2: 3.8 (MA marks) or 3.6 (undergrad)

LSAT: 160

Will likely be accepting. Very excited :)   

 

Good luck everyone!

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accepted on saturday

olsas cgpa: 3.69

L2: 3.8

LSAT: 158 on 3rd try

GL to everyone else :) 

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Accepted this morning.

3.92 L2

157/157/161.

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Accepted this morning with an email from Rose! Damn I've been waiting 4 years to reply to this thread. 

3.64 with drops

154,157 LSAT

NS resident

Pretty sure my extracurriculars, references and PS would be considered strong

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On 3/7/2019 at 10:58 AM, Coast225 said:

Accepted this morning with an email from Rose! Damn I've been waiting 4 years to reply to this thread. 

3.64 with drops

154,157 LSAT

NS resident

Pretty sure my extracurriculars, references and PS would be considered strong

Congratulations!

But never heard DAL does drops. :)

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7 hours ago, NeverGiveUp said:

Congratulations!

But never heard DAL does drops. :)

Right, I just meant L2 😊 They take either your overall GPA or your last 2 years, whichever is better.

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So happy to be able to post here after 2 years on this forum, received my acceptance last Saturday. Dal is one of my top choices and so I will most likely be accepting this by the end of the month! 

ON resident

MA 3.8~CGPA, undergraduate 3.7~ L2 

LSAT 159 

Pretty solid ECs, very strong letters of reference and PS

Good luck everyone!! 

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Hey everyone,

I've been a lurker on this forum for quite some time so I thought I'd make an account and make an acceptance post🤠

I was accepted on January 22nd, about 10 business days after I applied.

Stats:

NL Resident

3.68/4 MUN gpa

158,160 lsat

Will likely be accepting after going to Weldon welcome days next week. Applied for the JD/MBA combined program.

PEACE

👺👺👺👺👺👺👺

 

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7 hours ago, AveryofGreenGables said:

Accepted!

GPA roughly 3.8

154 LSAT

Strong personal statement and references. PE Resident. 

Hey if you don't mind me asking - What day did you have your entire application submitted?

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Accepted at 12:15 p.m. today. 

cGPA 3.53

L2: 3.7

LSAT: 166

Average PS and ECs. Finished my application on February 28th. Ontario resident.

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