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1 hour ago, Leafs1616 said:

Congrats!! Was your gpa 3.95/4.33, or 3.95/4?

Oops, sorry! L2 3.95/4.00 which is 4.21/4.33

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I have just rescinded my acceptance to TRU in favour of UofC, so there will be another opening at TRU soon! Best of luck to all! 

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Accepted on Friday!

L2: 3.84 (confirmed) 

LSAT: 156

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Accepted on Friday as well!

L2: 84%

L3: 80%

LSAT: 159

Will likely be accepting. Goodluck to all those stull waiting!

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Posted (edited)

Accepted March 1st 

3.10 CGPA (Self-calculated), 3.4 L2, 167 LSAT (94th Percentile)

Will be declining, good luck to everyone waiting!

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Declined my offer today.  One more spot open for those who are waiting.

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6 minutes ago, legalbeetle said:

Just got the email! Will be accepting. 

Stats?

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Posted (edited)

 

2 hours ago, legalbeetle said:

Just got the email! Will be accepting. 

I fail to see the point of posting if you wont share your stats?

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Accepted today.

CGPA: 3.55 

L2: 3.7/3.8

LSAT: 150

I have a detailed post regarding my experiences on this forum.

I will be accepting. Excited for law school!

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Just now, throwaway1001 said:

 

I fail to see the point of posting if you wont share your stats?

I mean it lets the rest of us know more people are being accepted?

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2 minutes ago, SpaceLawyer said:

I mean it lets the rest of us know more people are being accepted?

Without the actual stats of the admitted applicant, this provides very little information. FYI this comes straight from the mods.

His stats are the following:

CGPA 3.3, 152 LSAT, good ECs, indigenous.

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43 minutes ago, pleaseadvise said:

Accepted March 15.

CGPA 3.76

L2: 3.9

LSAT 152

Good luck to all who are waiting.

 

 

52 minutes ago, SnapBackToReality said:

Accepted today.

CGPA: 3.55 

L2: 3.7/3.8

LSAT: 150

I have a detailed post regarding my experiences on this forum.

I will be accepting. Excited for law school!

When did you guys apply?

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49 minutes ago, throwaway1001 said:

 

Without the actual stats of the admitted applicant, this provides very little information. FYI this comes straight from the mods.

His stats are the following:

CGPA 3.3, 152 LSAT, good ECs, indigenous.

Apologies. I was in the middle of something else when I posted this and I forgot to put up my stats again. CGPA 3.3, 152 LSAT, good ECs, indigenous.

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1 hour ago, Mydream123 said:

 

When did you guys apply?

Shortly before the early application deadline in late November. 

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Has anyone been able to get hold of admissions? Wondering what's going on? When will waitlist start, etc.

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