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Accepted on February 22 

L2: Either around 3.5 or 3.7 (it depends how the University calculated my GPA given that I failed one class which was excluded from GPA calculation for medical reasons) 

LSAT: cancelled, 164 

I'm very excited to have been accepted and am leaning towards accepting the offer (I'm still waiting to hear back from the University of Calgary).

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In yesterday. 

3.88 GPA

152 LSAT 

Work experience at a Law Firm for a little over a year. Great LR’s. 

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Accepted on Friday. 

CGPA is 3.87, L2 is 3.72   ( made the mistake of backloading too many hard courses in one term)

LSAT ( cancelled, 154, 160)    

Will be accepting. 

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Accepted last week:

CGPA: 3.04

Last two years:  3.58

LSAT: (155,165)  

Will be accepting.  Was not expecting to get in so early, was hopeful for 2nd round offer or high on waitlist.   

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21 minutes ago, JustWatchMe said:

Accepted last week:

CGPA: 3.04

Last two years:  3.58

LSAT: (155,165)  

Will be accepting.  Was not expecting to get in so early, was hopeful for 2nd round offer or high on waitlist.   

Congrats!

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Accepted in February:

Highest LSAT: 159

Avg LSAT: 157

L2: 3.70

Declined my offer, best of luck to those still waiting!

 

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Accepted March 22 

LSAT 154/161

L2 3.92 

Will be declining! Good luck to those waiting!

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On 3/9/2019 at 5:13 AM, FatsDomino said:

In yesterday. 

3.88 GPA

152 LSAT 

Work experience at a Law Firm for a little over a year. Great LR’s. 

Congrats! Is this your CGPA?

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On 12/15/2018 at 5:35 PM, roydoky said:

Accepted with scholarship via email on Friday, Dec 14

L2: 3.85/4.0

LSAT: 167

 

Declined today via email.

Difficult decision.

Best wishes.

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On 3/30/2019 at 1:57 PM, applicant2374 said:

Congrats! Is this your CGPA?

Yes, and L2 is pretty much the exact same. 

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Accepted today!

L2 either a 3.6 or a 3.4 depending on calculations
LSAT 162

Strong LoRs working in politics and activism.

Didn't think I would get in! Unsure if I will be accepting, since I already paid my deposit at Calgary.

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I’m so excited to finally post in an Acceptance thread!

L2 - 3.73 (unconfirmed)

LSAT - 155

Looks like the second round has officially begun. 

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Accepted today. Unsure if it was index or holistic; also unsure if I'm going to accept the offer. 

L2 - 3.93 (unconfirmed) 
LSAT - 150 (average)  

Very strong work experience, average/good ECs, two grad degrees.  

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Got in this morning. Going to be declining

L2: ~3.6-7

Avg lsat prob 162

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Got the email this morning! I will definitely be accepting.

GPA: 3.7ish 

LSAT: 163

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Still kind of can’t believe it, accepted yesterday

L60: 3.0

LSAT: 169

Very excited to be in, best of luck to everyone still waiting!

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