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A reminder that Accepted threads are for posting your stats only and for brief questions related to the stats that someone posted, e.g,. asking for L2, etc.  These threads are not a place for further discussion which should be asked via PM or in a new thread. Off-topic posts will be deleted. Thank you for keeping these useful to future applicants. 

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24 minutes ago, LawHopeful6 said:

For those of you who have already received an offer, did the call from U of T come up as a private number?

For second round offers, there should be no call but email only:

Only the applicants who will be offered admission in Round 2 will receive notifications. They will be made by email, so ensure that your email address is correct at OLSAS. 

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Just got the call. Very pleased. The caller ID came up as a personal name.

LSAT 174 (one write)

 GPA 3.46/3.67B3

MA, work experience as non profit director and consulant.

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Got the call! Very excited! 

CGPA 3.74/4 (but GPA for last two years of undergrad plus MA is 3.95). LSAT 165. 

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Got the call! Did NOT think I would be getting in at all, let alone in the second round!

cGPA: 3.4 / B3 3.7 / 167.

I guess they must have liked my PS? ECs were pretty average.

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Accepted by email. 

Lsat 165, CGPA 3.8

Strong campus involvement, student union director, co-op placements, currently working in politics. 

BC resident. Will be declining because of the cost of  tuition. 😳 

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A reminder to read the red banner at the top of the page and please keep extraneous discussion out of the Accepted threads. Thanks.

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Just got the call. 3.99/160+162. I will probably be declining. Good luck to those waiting! 

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Just got the call, email is apparently being sent out later today. 

3.81 (OLSAS GPA), 161 LSAT. 

Very excited! Now to wait for that email ... 

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Missed the call apparently but saw the email this morning. I didn't think I'd get in let alone have it be the first school I hear back from. I was supposed to write my second LSAT tomorrow lol, guess this takes off some of the pressure.

cGPA 3.75 / L2 3.72 / B3 3.82 / LSAT 159 

Guess my LOR/PS was good? because my LSAT was below average definitely.

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Just got the call this morning!

My new transcript didn't go in including my Fall grades (my GPA improved) so I was accepted with the following stats:

CGPA: 3.83 / L2: 3.88 / LSAT: 161

Very strong volunteer experience!

Good luck to those still waiting!

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Go the Call Wednesday! Very excited to have this weight off my shoulders lol!

CGPA: 3.84/ L2: 3.87/ LSAT 168

Pretty weak softs, at least passable PS it seems!

Good luck to all those waiting!

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Was accepted in January, just never made an actual account until today!

cGPA: 3.97 

LSAT: 160

Congrats to everyone else 😊

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Accepted in December, just got around to posting now. 

B3: 3.89

LSAT: 165

weak softs, decent PS at best imo. The optional essay may have been my saving grace. Congrats to everyone!

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Just got the call also. 

164 (wrote in January), UK undergrad (converts to ~3.8 GPA), decent ECs, didn't see LORs

Just got Osgoode yesterday also, probably accepting this instead 

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Got the call this morning :)  Congrats everyone!!

3.4/173 

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