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Accepted to TRU 2019

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3 minutes ago, kj4150 said:

If you don't mind sharing, what were your stats? Thanks!

3.7 cGPA, 160 LSAT (only write), average EC’s and good LORs. 

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Also got accepted on February 8th. 3.56 cGPA; 157 LSAT, with good EC's and reference letters.

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Accepted in  November

LSAT: 159

GPA: 3.52

Did anyone create a Facebook group for accepted students? :) If so, please post the link

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1 hour ago, lawschoolforme said:

@Purplepaint I don't think there is a facebook group yet! I think an upper year student makes one every year for the incoming class.

The official "Class of 2022" Facebook group will be made early in the summer (May/June). 

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Accepted today! 

LSAT 161, L2: 3.65

Strong ECs and good LORs

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Accepted today! 

LSAT: 159

GPA: 3.8

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2 minutes ago, ALawV said:

Accepted today! 

LSAT 161, L2: 3.65

Strong ECs and good LORs

Congrats! May I ask when you applied? 

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Just now, Law052019 said:

Congrats! May I ask when you applied? 

I applied when applications opened but since I'm still in undergrad my app. with updated transcripts was complete at the very end of January! 

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Accepted this afternoon! 

L2: 3.6

LSAT: 158

In my last year of my undergrad. Strong EC's, work experience in the legal field, and strong personal statement IMO. My application was completed on Feb 10th.

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On 1/26/2019 at 6:42 AM, huskybins said:

Congrats for all you guys! @jjp @rkathleen  @ellehcim

Do you plan to accept the offer?

Thanks

@huskybins I've declined my offer! Good luck to those still waiting, and congrats to those attending!

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Posted (edited)

Just got the email!

cGPA: 4.0/4.33 L2: 3.95/4.33 LSAT:157

Strong LoRs, Decent ECs

On the fence about accepting.

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Accepted today 

L2: 3.76/4.33 (confirmed)

LSAT: 156 

Alberta resident

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Just got the email as well! 

cGPA: 3.57/4.0 in Agricultural Science

L2: ~3.7/4.0 

LSAT: 157 

Not sure where I fall on LoRs and ECs, but I don't think I'd fit a typical law applicant's background!

As my username states, target is to stay home in Montreal/surroundings, so a spot may open up in a few weeks!

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Congratulations to all of you! 

Do you mind sharing if you applied as regular or special consideration, and what your deadline to accept the offer is? 

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I was a regular applicant and my deadline for deposit is April 8th. 

I'm still holding out hope for Uvic or UBC as I'm a BC resident.

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Just got the email!

Mature Category

L2: 3.3

LSAT: 164

Strong LORs and worked as a law clerk for about 5 years. 

Waiting on a few schools, but will likely accept.

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