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Accepted to Western 2019


A reminder that Accepted threads are for posting your stats only and for brief questions related to the stats that someone posted, e.g., L2. These threads are not a place for further discussion, which should be taken to PM or to a new thread. Off-topic posts will be deleted. Thank you!

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Got the acceptance email this morning (haven't been checking Student Centre)

Average: ~82% (not sure how to accurately calculate GPA)

LSAT: 168

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Accepted on Friday! Mature student, cGPA 4.0 and LSAT 159

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On 12/4/2018 at 8:22 PM, Khanway said:

Accepted on Nov. 29.

CGPA: 3.77

LSAT: 161

Congrats! What was your L2 if you don't mind me asking?

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