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Received the call today!

Mature student, cGPA: 4.0 and LSAT: 159

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Just received the call, best phone call in a long time!

 

GPA: 3.79

LSAT: 167

General admissions, decent ECs, also a UofT student currently so not sure if that helped.

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In! Just got the call a literal minute ago. 3.9 and 169, wrote the optional essay!

AHHHH

Last name mid-alpha

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Can everyone include the letter of their last names in their posts?

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Just got the call!! I cannot believe this AHHH

CGPA 3.99

L2 4.0

160

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Missed the call but they left a voicemail.

CGPA: 3.96 B3: 3.96 LSAT: 165

Super excited! U of T is my top choice so will definitely be accepting. Congratulations to everyone else that received admission.

Good luck to everybody!

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Has anyone gotten the email confirming admissions?

Received the call ~3pm, LSAT 166, CGPA 3.70

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In!!  L2 .3.95 and LSAT 160.   Surprised cause my LSAT grade not as high as I thought was needed and given I am not headed for corporate Bay Street Law....I am not sure my 'rents will wanna pay the tuition!

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3 hours ago, annie1234 said:

Has anyone gotten the email confirming admissions?

Received the call ~3pm, LSAT 166, CGPA 3.70

I got the email at around 7:30pm and the call around 4:30/5 ish :) 

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Firstly I just have to reflect that this is extremely surreal as I've spent years now trawling acceptance threads on this forum wondering if I've ever make it to law school.

But anyway, my LSAT was 161, GPA of 4.0, decent ECs and work experience but nothing off the charts. Was pleasantly surprised to get to the call for sure.

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Got the email yesterday!! No call though (I'm currently living abroad). 

LSAT: 170

OLSAS GPA: 3.86

I wrote the optional essay and my last name begins with T. Very unrelated background so I was nervous about UofT! So relieved. 

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Just got woken up by the call! 

3.84 GPA

174 LSAT

Last name X, didn't write either of the optional essays.

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Just got the voicemail!!!! Honestly jumped up and down for a couple minutes!

3.82 GPA

167 LSAT

Last Name B, wrote the optional essay

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Just got the call!!!

GPA: 4.0 

LSAT: 170 

Last name B. I'm so giddy!!! 

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Just got the call as well!! 

OLSAS GPA: 3.88, LSAT 166, Last name A

Congrats everyone!! This is so exciting:)

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