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43 minutes ago, LegalSmeagle said:

Excited to say I just accepted my offer. 

GPA: 85% (roughly)

LSAT: 166

Best of luck to you all.

When did you receive the offer?

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On 12/13/2018 at 10:25 PM, idkyet said:

Accepted! 

GPA 91 (self-calculated)

LSAT 158 

CONGRATS! Did you apply in regular or discretionary?

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Forgot to post. Accepted first day, Nov 28th I believe. Regular category.

GPA with drops 92%

LSAT 159 (after a death in the family)

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Accepted this afternoon. UBC is in my top three, so I'm pretty thrilled.

OLSAS cGPA: 3.69 / B2: 3.9

Confirmed UBC conversion: 86.8% (w/drops)

LSAT 163

Manitoba resident

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accepted!

GPA: 3.82/4.33 - confirmed 84%

LSAT: 164 (first try)

pretty excited, I was a bit nervous with my lower LSAT score 

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21 hours ago, chct said:

accepted!

GPA: 3.82/4.33 - confirmed 84%

LSAT: 164 (first try)

pretty excited, I was a bit nervous with my lower LSAT score 

Do you mind sharing your index

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9 minutes ago, daisymiller said:

Accepted January 18th! 

GPA: 3.8/4.0 before drops 

LSAT: 162

I applied December 1st, if that matters. 

What’s your GPA as a percentage? 

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1 hour ago, rkathleen said:

What’s your GPA as a percentage? 

My undergrad institution has me at an 86, but there are some transfer credits in there and I'm not sure how UBC dealt with them. Sorry if that's not helpful. 

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Status just changed to offer!

CGPA (w. drops): 81.3%

LSAT: 164 (Nov); 169 (Jan)

Index: 91.93

Regular category.

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1 hour ago, Aschenbach said:

Status just changed to offer!

CGPA (w. drops): 81.3%

LSAT: 164 (Nov); 169 (Jan)

Index: 91.93

Regular category.

Did you receive an email too? 

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8 minutes ago, marmar20 said:

Accepted my offer!

 

CGPA w/drops: 88% 

LSAT: 170 

 

When were you given an offer? 

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Got an offer!

 

GPA: 84% (roughly) 

lsat: 164

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