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Accepted this morning!

cGPA 3.53/4

L2 3.56/4

LSAT 160, 164

Will be declining! 

Submitted application around the end of November. 

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Accepted Dec 21, 2018. 

cGPA: 3.48/4.33

LAST: 166

Application submitted mid-October. 

Will be declining, as I've already chosen UVic. 

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Overjoyed to be accepted this early in my hometown, came in by email today at 330! The weight lifted off feels simply incredible - knowing all the work put in has been worth it, and that next year I'll be chasing the dream! 

CGPA: ~3.35 (OLSAS calculated) 

Best two years: ~3.55 (self calculated) 

Best two years USask percentage average: 82%

LSAT: 160 (November 2018)

Strong connection to Stoon: from here, strong EC's in the legal field in Saskatoon. 

Current student, finishing degree this semester. My fall grades were received on the 9th of January. My application was submitted December 1st. Unexpected to see that quick of a turn around in my application. Can't describe the feeling!! 

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Accepted today Jan 16, 2019

b2: 3.8 GPA (4.33 scale) ~ 82.0%

cGPA: 3.8 GPA (4.33 scale) ~ 82.0%

lsat: 158 (Sept), 160 (Nov)

Strong SK connection, raised in Swift Current.

Did undergrad at UBC, so all grades are from UBC scales.

Will probably accept! Good luck to all and hope to meet some of you soon.

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Accepted January 16, 2019

B2: ~3.6/4.0

L2: 3.70/4.0

cGPA: Probably around 3.5/4.0

LSAT: 163 (Sept)

Extremely tenuous Saskatchewan connection at best. Current student. Application submitted January 8, acknowledged January 14. Transcript was received January 15. Still deciding!

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Got the acceptance email this afternoon. 

GPA: 3.85ish/4.0 (only completed two years so far)

LSAT: 167 

Strong Sask connection. No idea whether or not I will attend but I am very tempted!

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Posted (edited)

Accepted in late January 

LSAT 163

cGPA 3.55

Declined the offer in favour of UAlberta

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3 hours ago, IrishStew said:

Accepted a little while ago. 

LSAT: 159

cGPA: ~3.65

Undecided

Did you have a strong sask connection ? 

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2 minutes ago, Karenkat said:

Did you have a strong sask connection ? 

Nope

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