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Accepted to TRU 2019

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30 minutes ago, kj4150 said:

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

They said they were really behind, and that they were hoping to send some updates out by the end of this week.

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On 1/25/2019 at 5:00 PM, ellehcim said:

Accepted today as well!!

LSAT: 162

L2: 3.9ish (self-calculated)

I’ll be forfeiting my seat in favour of UVic - good luck to those waiting :) 

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On 4/9/2019 at 5:09 PM, 604wannabelawyer said:

Yup I got the same reply from Leanne although I won’t be surprised if we don’t hear back until the end of April.

I also spoke to Leanne. We will definitely hear back by end of April-adcom is busy with exam season apparently. I hope this doesn't put us at a disadvantage. I applied mid-January. 

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Accepted on March 15 at 1:57pm. It was through an e-mail sent from Leanne Walker

Feeling very lucky and delighted. I will certainly be accepting as I have been rejected from everywhere else I applied (U of T, Osgoode, Queens, UVic, Windsor single and Windsor Dual). I would've loved to stay close to home, family and friends but I'm seeing this as a sign instead :)

stats: July 2018 (150), January 2019 (150), 3.7cGPA, last 60 was closer to a 3.8. 

If you would like the nitty gritty details, feel free to pm me. 

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On 2/8/2019 at 3:49 PM, mapleleaf94 said:

Accepted today February 8th 

CGPA 2.89 

L2 3.73

LSAT 159

just declined my seat for another school! good luck to those still waiting!

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Posted (edited)

Sent in my deposit today so I thought I’d make it official! Was accepted in the middle of March. 

Strong ECs (lots of student council and vp positions within student groups on campus) and letters. L2: 86% LSAT: 159 (4th take) 

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Just got accepted at 9:30am today!!!

GPA: 3.85

LSAT: 151

Really good EC’s and reference letters 

Will 100% be accepting 

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Accepted at 11:14am!

LSAT: 150

L2 GPA: 3.78/4.3

CGPA: 3.35/4.3

Good EC's and reference letters.

I will be accepting!

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3 hours ago, lawstudent21 said:

Accepted at 11:14am!

LSAT: 150

L2 GPA: 3.78/4.3

CGPA: 3.35/4.3

Good EC's and reference letters.

I will be accepting!

When did you apply?

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Accepted with the batch yesterday AM.

 

3.7/4 GPA

 

164 LSAT (Nov. 2018, first write)

 
great references from TRU professors, did funded research at TRU in undergrad, and already a Kamloops resident.  Applied like 2 days before the final cutoff deadline. 

 

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On 3/1/2019 at 1:23 PM, VLSD said:

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.

I have declined my offer - best of luck to everyone! 

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Accepted yesterday! 

 

LSAT: 152, 158

GPA: ~3.6 I think 

 

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On 4/15/2019 at 11:50 AM, emtee said:

Accepted on March 15 at 1:57pm. It was through an e-mail sent from Leanne Walker

Feeling very lucky and delighted. I will certainly be accepting as I have been rejected from everywhere else I applied (U of T, Osgoode, Queens, UVic, Windsor single and Windsor Dual). I would've loved to stay close to home, family and friends but I'm seeing this as a sign instead :)

stats: July 2018 (150), January 2019 (150), 3.7cGPA, last 60 was closer to a 3.8. 

If you would like the nitty gritty details, feel free to pm me. 

 

On 4/17/2019 at 11:12 AM, Leafs1616 said:

Just got accepted at 9:30am today!!!

GPA: 3.85

LSAT: 151

Really good EC’s and reference letters 

Will 100% be accepting 

 

On 4/17/2019 at 12:58 PM, lawstudent21 said:

Accepted at 11:14am!

LSAT: 150

L2 GPA: 3.78/4.3

CGPA: 3.35/4.3

Good EC's and reference letters.

I will be accepting!

 

On 4/17/2019 at 1:30 PM, Seeyalsat said:

Accepted today! 

L2: 3.9

LSAT: 155

will be accepting

For those who were accepted, when is your deadline to accept?

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16 minutes ago, Mydream123 said:

 

 

 

For those who were accepted, when is your deadline to accept?

May 8th

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28 minutes ago, Mydream123 said:

 

 

 

For those who were accepted, when is your deadline to accept?

May 8th as well

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