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Hi all, 

 

I've received early acceptance to Western, Osgoode, and Ottawa, and am just waiting on Queen's. I was wondering when 2017 early acceptances went out, just so I can anticipate a bit of a timeline.

 

Thanks!

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Well, it's already 2018, so I'm afraid that time has already passed.

But I think Queens mentioned in their email that first acceptances come out in January.

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I have changed the title of this thread so that people aren't confused and think that this is an Accepted thread (which shouldn't be started until someone actually receives an offer.)

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