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1 hour ago, childishlygambino said:

This might be because they order the files for review with LSAT scores. Highest LSAT first and goes from there.

That makes sense to me. I know they say that they weigh GPA and LSAT 50-50 but it has been apparent to me that they care more about LSAT score. I remain hopeful.

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On 3/21/2019 at 4:17 PM, StanABBA said:

Just got an offer! 75.45 w/ drops, 174.

THIS GIVES ME HOPE, THANK YOU!!!

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Just received the email!

162(Jan) + 87% without drops

Regular

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9 minutes ago, AlpacaWhisperer said:

were you waitlisted? 😮

No, got the offer and nothing before.

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On 11/27/2018 at 1:00 PM, legaleagle69 said:

Called them this morning, I'm in! Offer will be sent out later this week!

GPA: 3.95/4.0 I think I calculated it to be around an 88%

LSAT: 161.

Applied in mid September

Is that cGPA or last 2 years?

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43 minutes ago, babybatman said:

Is that cGPA or last 2 years?

That was my GPA for the first 3 years of undergraduate as I am graduating in May. The GPA out of 4 is what my transcript said. I put that as is bc I wasn't sure what that would be on the 4.33 scale. The percentage GPA accounted for 4 dropped courses, using the lower bound of each letter grade on the UBC percentage scale.  

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Accepted. Discretionary.
Torn between UBC and a school in Ontario. Am forced to decide quickly.

Did not calculate index. Stats below do not include dropped courses:
GPA (OLSAS): 3.4
L2 (Self-Calculated): 3.7
LSAT: 157, 160

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Accepted off the waitlist today. Self-calculated index: 91.13 (cGPA: 3.53, L2: 3.56, LSAT: 160, 164)

Already declined!

 

Edit: Just FYI: I realized that in my post in the Waitlist topic I said I would be withdrawing my application. I was planning to, but ultimately decided not to. 

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Accepted off the waitlist today (will accept)! Super excited to join the incoming class.

Stats: self-calculated index somewhere around 91.3. cGPA 82%, higher with drops. LSAT 164. Have both Bachelor and Master degrees.

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