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Got the call this morning: 3.7 167

Does anyone know how long it normally takes to get the follow up email? 

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Admitted. 13/March/2019

International student - 3.8/169

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Admitted as of this morning, March 14th. 

LSAT: 174

cGPA: 3.57 

B3: 3.63

Upward trend, weak softs. Will be accepting.

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Just got the call (and excitedly yelled 'fuck off!' at the admissions lady)! Incredibly thrilled and surprised to be posting here! Accepted off the waitlist this morning! 

Stats are as follows: LSAT: 168, CGPA: 3.54, B3: 3.66. 

Have provisionally accepted at OZ, but will very likely be accepting this offer instead. See you all in the fall! 

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Accepted off the wait list today!

 

3.6 GPA, 3.73 b2/l2 170

 

Probably going to reject for Oz or Queen's due to tuition and the fact I'm not going into corporate

 

 

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FYI, Transfer student acceptances went out the week of June 24th.

Got in with an A- minus 1L GPA, LSAT mid 160s.

Excited to join UofT Law as a transfer!

 

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Another reminder that more than one account isn't allowed. Not sure why this is so difficult for some of you to understand.

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